Kansas City Chiefs: Walk-out songs for Chiefs players

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“Push It” by Salt-N-Pepa

I decided to give the entire Kansas City Chiefs offensive line a walk-out song that they could all share. This has been a unit that is starting to mesh well and look effective when it comes to protecting the quarterback.

Offensive linemen get a bad rep at times. They don’t get glory for doing a good job, but get all of the anger directed at them for a bad block or giving up a sack. That’s why they get to have a jaunty tune to run out of the tunnel to. After all, offensive linemen are people too!

The offensive line’s job is to keep pressure off the quarterback and to create holes for the running back to run through. A lot of this is done through blocking and pushing defenders out of the way.

As a result, the offensive line gets to run out to “Push It” by Salt N Pepa. The title alone reflects why this song makes sense for the unit up front and I think they’d all be quite amused by it honestly.

So, come Sunday afternoons when it’s time for their introductions, you’ll see Eric Fisher, Parker Ehinger (hopefully), Mitch Morse, Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, and Mitchell Schwartz all jogging out to the field to this classic 90s jam.