Athlete Admits It Was The Money

1098025-Clipart-Happy-Cash-Money-Mascot-Holding-Two-Thumbs-Up-Royalty-Free-Vector-Illustration[1] KANSAS CITY, Missouri (FNS) Much sought after free agent Beau Legge told the Kansas City Star that the reason he signed a contract with the Kansas City Chiefs was that they offered the most money. “It wasn’t about how great the fans are,” the fleet-footed wide receiver said, “Everybody says their fans are the greatest. It wasn’t about a winning attitude, either. Hell, they only won two games last year. And it wasn’t about how much I always wanted to play for the Chiefs. I’m from San Francisco. Why would I even think about playing in flat, dusty Kansas City? I’ll tell you why: money, and lots of it. That’s all they is to it.” It is believed to be the first time that money was the motivating factor in a sports contract decision.

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