Kansas City Chiefs: Walk-out songs for Chiefs players

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“Humble” by Kendrick Lamar

There’s no one on this KC Chiefs team that fans love more than safety Eric Berry. From his comeback after being diagnosed with cancer to his incredible pick sixes in 2016 to signing a massive deal this past offseason, Berry is forever going to be apart of Chiefs Kingdom.

The best part about Eric Berry is that he’s a really good dude and is one of the most humble human beings you’ll ever meet. In sports, that’s a rare quality to have, but Berry displays it almost daily.

With Berry being a humble guy, it only made sense to have his jam for running out of the tunnel to be “Humble” by Kendrick Lamar. The title matches who Berry is as a person and the song itself is sure to pump up the All-Pro safety and the fans.

One lyric in particular really jumped out at me,

"If I quit this season, I still be the greatest"

Berry was forced to miss the last few games of the 2014 season due to his cancer diagnosis and it was heartbreaking. No one ever knew if Berry would play football again at that moment.

In one of the best sports stories ever though, Eric Berry returned to the field by the next summer and helped turned things around for the Chiefs after a 1-5 start in 2015. He picked off a pass in that Steelers game and the momentum shifted at that very moment. The Chiefs would go on to go 11-5 and win their first playoff game in over two decades.

Eric Berry is the humblest of the humble.