Kansas City Chiefs safety and cancer survivor, Eric Berry, shares a heartfelt moment with his mom prior to getting back to NFL action.

We can discuss trades, draft day shockers, and all the free agent signings you want. It’s regular life in the NFL during an offseason.

Even quarterbacks getting punched in the face, defensive ends blowing off their finger and getting into high speed chases hit the headlines.

Despite all of that, the best storyline of the offseason comes from Kansas City in the form of Chiefs safety Eric Berry.

Berry, who is making his return to the field after becoming cancer free from Hodgkin’s lymphoma (diagnosed a year ago), shared a moment with his mom prior to his first preseason game against the Arizona Cardinals.

It’s one of those scripts only sports can write.

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