KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Chiefs helped ease the worries of mothers on the fence about letting their kids play football.
On Saturday the team joined with the University of Kansas Medical Center to teach moms about football safety.
Mothers were shown how kids are being taught to tackle to avoid concussions. They also heard from medical professionals about concussion symptoms and how to stay hydrated as camps start for kids.
Former players were there as well as mothers of kids who played football at the highest level to explain their experiences.
They also learned how equipment should properly fit kids when playing.