Jim Zorn Suggests Cornhole To Improve Kansas City Chiefs' Morale

Oh gosh. Jim Zorn done just suggested the Kansas City Chiefs play Cornhole.

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Quarterbacks coach Jim Zorn suggested the activity because it was successful at one of his previous coaching stops. Haley and his family play the game when on vacation in Ocean City, Md., and his wife, Chrissy, contacted someone they know who builds the games and asked for him to send a couple of boards to Kansas City.

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"Three days later, he had them out here," Haley said. "We’re going to get two more because the line to play gets too long. … We’re trying to create an atmosphere that’s fun to hang out in. … Had we not won the last two weeks, they might be being used as firewood."

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This makes me wonder if Zorn played this game with the Washington Redskins when he was coaching them. If so, that means guys like Clinton Portis played. Now that's something I would have paid to see.

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(via Shutdown Corner)

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