Patrick Avon Mahomes II, birthed September 17, 1995, in Tyler, Texas, is an American football specialist player. It progresses as the Quarterback for Kansas City Chiefs at the National Football League (NFL). After several scholastic periods played for the RED Raiders of Texas Tech, it is chosen in 10th total selection during the initial round of the NFL Draft 2017 by the Chiefs of Kansas City. It is the second quarterback selected in this draft after Mitchell Risky. He wins with the Chiefs the Super Bowl Liv at the end of the 2019 period.

The former Super Bowl winner Dan Reeves is dead. He died on New Year’s Day at the age of 77 years. That said the Atlanta Falcons on their homepage.

In a statement of his family, which was published by the former media boss of Atlanta Falcons, Aaron Sal kin, it says that REEVES died of the complications of dementia disease. He died peaceful and surrounded by his loving family in his house in Atlanta.

Reeves had won the Super Bowl with the Dallas Cowboys. As a coach, he built a team around Quarterback John Elway at Denver Broncos (1981-1992), which moved to Super Bowl three times. Later, he also trained the New York Giants (1993-1996) and the Atlanta Falcons (1997-2003).

He led three different teams into the playoffs as the third trainer in the NFL story. In addition, REEVES was one of only nine coaches in the NFL history, who won 200 games (including the playoffs). As a head coach of the Falcons and the Giants, he was awarded as a coach of the year.

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Dan Reeves leaves a lasting legacy in our sport. His decades of success in Dallas, Denver, New York and Atlanta speaks for themselves and stands for a long and successful life and a successful career, Falcons owners Arthur M. Blank announced.