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Homeless Good Samaritan Helps Kansas City Chiefs Player Reach Playoff Game

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Jeff Allen rewarded Dave Cochran for his random act of kindness with tickets to next Sunday's AFC Championship Game against the New England Patriots.
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Homeless good Samaritan rewarded for act of kindness with NFL playoff tickets

Homeless good Samaritan rewarded for act of kindness with NFL playoff tickets

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A random act of kindness is netting a Kansas City Chiefs fan who lives in his truck tickets to the AFC championship game after he helped out a man that he didn't realize was a Chiefs player.
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Kansas City Chiefs player Jeff Allen tracks down 'Dave' who helped dig him out of snow, gives him playoff tickets

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A random act of kindness has netted AFC Championship tickets for a man called Dave who helped dig a Kansas City Chief out of the snow.
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Good Samaritan Awarded Tickets To AFC Championship Game After Helping Kansas City Chiefs Player

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"That's a natural habit for me is to help people. I don't expect anything in return. All I was expecting was a thank you," Dave Cochran said.
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