Coach Todd Haley and members of the Kansas City Chiefs signed autographs and mingled with officers and enlisted men at Whiteman Air Force Base on Wednesday, the home of the B-2 stealth bomber.


Coach Todd Haley and members of the Kansas City Chiefs signed autographs and mingled with officers and enlisted men at Whiteman Air Force Base on Wednesday, the home of the B-2 stealth bomber.

Standing alongside Col. Rickey Rodgers in front of one of the radar-evading war planes, Haley seemed moved as he thanked the servicemen and women for their sacrifices. He said if it were not for them, there could be no such thing as professional football on Sunday afternoons in America.

The outing was a part of the Chiefs' new partnership with the Veterans of Foreign Wars. Players on hand were quarterbacks and running backs. Also attending was Chiefs' Hall of Fame linebacker Bobby Bell.