Who can forget the epic moment when Paul Rudd said on national television that there was a “kegger at his mom’s house”. It’s a part of Kansas City sports lore that will never be forgotten. Charlie Hustle and Paul Rudd have teamed up to offer a limited run of T-shirts to benefit Big Slick and Children’s Mercy. The shirt goes for $50 and each shirt sold will send $25 directly to Children’s Mercy.
We all know Dustin Colquitt and what he does for the Chiefs on the field. But have you ever heard of the work he does off the field? Dustin works with the organization Team Smile. And it’s that work that has him as the Chief’s nominee for the most prestigious award the NFL can give. The Walter Payton Man of the Year award.
The following is from the NFL’s bio of Dustin and his charity efforts: “In 2019 alone, Colquitt’s efforts at TeamSmile are projected to result in 8,500 underserved children receiving $3.8M in free dental and preventative care. Those figures will surpass last season’s high-water marks when TeamSmile conducted more clinic programs (29), served a greater number of children (5,432), and provided more complementary oral-health services ($2M) than ever before.”
I just tweeted for Dustin. Get on it KC! The deadline is Sunday. Go Chiefs!!
It’s no secret that Paul Rudd is a Kansas City native. The students at his alma mater, Shawnee Mission West have started a campaign to have him be the Grand Marshal at this years homecoming parade. Let’s help them out! Internet go!