2020 Super Bowl: Kansas City Chiefs bring everyone to big game

It is as if Oprah Winfrey runs the Kansas City Chiefs front office -- You get a ticket. You get a ticket. Everybody gets a ticket!

Almost anyone who works for the team, and their families, are going to the Super Bowl, The Associated Press reported.

Chiefs chairman Clark Hunt, and the other owners, pledged to take anyone associated with the team to Miami when they won the AFC Championship.

That means not only the players and coaches will be at the game, well, because they have to, but also all of the front-office staff, scouts, janitors, receptionists, security staff and all of their families will also be there.

Hunt told the AP the team has about 2,000 people going to Miami for the Super Bowl to represent the Cheifs.

"One of the things we talk to the staff about is that we're one team. There's not a football side to the staff. There's not a business side to the staff," Hunt told the AP.

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