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Chiefs' Tyrann Mathieu Commits to Donating 30,000 Meals to Families in Need

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The reigning Super Bowl champions are stepping up in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

First it was wideout Tyreek Hill donating 6,000 meals to Harvesters—a food bank that serves the greater Kansas City area in both Kansas and Missouri. Then tight end Travis Kelce upped the ante by donating 12,000 meals. Soon quarterback Patrick Mahomes donated 15,000 meals and another $100,000 to the KC Public School lunch program.

Now safety Tyrann Mathieu is getting in on the action, donating 30,000 meals to families in need.

The Honey Badger announced his donation on Twitter early Friday evening:

As of 4:45 p.