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An machines container that contains some of the Kansas Town Chiefs’ shoulder pads, helmets and footballs has arrived in Foxborough, Massachusetts, after it was mistakenly sent to Newark, New Jersey, a workforce spokesman said Sunday.
The container was not unloaded Saturday and as a substitute accidentally manufactured its way to Newark, then experienced to be rushed again to Boston in time for Sunday’s 4:30 p.m. ET kickoff involving the Chiefs and the New England Patriots.
The container held the bags of roughly 35 gamers, according to a supply.
If the Chiefs hadn’t gotten the equipment by the time the recreation started off, they would have had to forfeit, for every a source.
Kansas Metropolis was dependable, not the Patriots or the league. The Chiefs did not take the tools off the airplane.
“I hardly ever heard that right before,” 1 supply reported.