“The Franchise” presented by GEHA | Ep. 7: A Long Time Coming – FANTASY FOOTBALL FAN SITE

“The Franchise” presented by GEHA | Ep. 7: A Long Time Coming

This week on The Franchise presented by GEHA ( ), we head to Canton to enshrine two Chiefs legends at the Pro Football Hall of Fame, travel to Monroe, Louisiana to Johnny Robinson's Boys Home, as we get a glimpse into the life and career of the former Chiefs great. Finally, we relive the sights and sounds of the start of the preseason with a win over the Cincinnati Bengals at Arrowhead Stadium.

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Kevin Vincent Reply

I have been absolutely loving this series! Keep ’em coming, Chiefs!

    GODz Shadow Reply

    I’m a Dolphins Phan but I’m hooked to this series!!

Sean S. Reply

Chiefs Kingdom wants that trophy… Chiefs Kingdom NEEDS that trophy. Leggo!

The Machine Reply

It’s always like cutting onions watching these videos

Desert Hugh Freeman Reply

If you’re in the KINGDOM, you gotta love it. CHIEFS KINGDOM!!

Sean S. Reply

Johnie Robinson says the pinnacle of his life, is his boys home….NOT getting into the HOF, which goes to show you the type of person he is. Too long to wait JR, you deserve it! For my era of football, we all knew To y G. was a 1st ballot HOF’r, breaking basically every record as a TE. He has that 1 stain with us fans when he left, literally saying he didn’t believe he could win a SB playing for the Chiefs….well, time heals all wounds, but just imagine if he had stayed, he would’ve had Jamaal Charles the year he left and for another 4-5 years or so and maybe a year with Big Red….anyways, we know they both deserve it.

Larry Mac Reply

Wow, that Johnny Robinson is some kinda man huh? Unreal

Zach Reply

I’m only 18 years old, so I never knew the story of Johnny Robinson. That’s what this series is so good for. I’m happy to know he spent his career with the #ChiefsKingdom.

    Norseman Reply

    Learn that history.

    Cheese cake 21 Reply

    Same man am only 21

Evan Gray Reply

Um. Tony Gonzalez was not drafted in 2003.

    Paul Love Reply

    EXACTLY. It was 1997

    Slim is chillin Reply

    I was about to say… like, did this dude just say 2003? Lmao I had to rewind

    poeticalvision Reply

    For Chiefs fans of that era, 2003 is the only year that we didn’t repress.

David F Reply

We stay healthy and throw in some weekly opportunistic advantages. We win it all. Defense just needs a few more stops per game and playing more consistent effort. We will win 13 or 14 again.

Tone B. Reply

15:15 Tony Gonzalez was drafted in the 1st round with the number 13 overall pick in the 1997 draft. Where did yaw get 2003 from??🤔🤦🏽‍♂️

    Chad Dexter Reply

    Yeah, when I first heard that, I had to rewind to make sure I heard that right. Somebody screwed up.

Carlos Ruiz Reply

Johnny Robinson is the real MVP!!! GOATED 😢

Dr.Sanitary43 Reply

I love how invested Clark Hunt is in the team and players and how he wants to win and wants what’s best for the organization unlike some other stuck up douches like Stan Kroenke.

Bannahxo Reply

I’ve never have been so excited and nervous for season more than this year lol!

Norseman Reply

Much Respect Mr Robinson.

Justin Staley Reply

Keep the series going! Seems every episode gets better and better

Mike Fox Renovations Reply

I am not crying… YOU’RE CRYING!!!!!!!! 😢😢😢😢… Emotion overload

eric siggins Reply

Tony Gonzalez was drafted 1997 I met him that year they all came to bayonne high school for a basketball game in Wich he sprained his ankle was with will shields danan Hughes tamarik vanover bam morris a bunch of them

MrAmazing110 Reply

Oh God. This one got me….. right in the feels

Nick Sanzana Reply

I love this, Johnny Robinson defines what a genuine good person is. Thanks for producing this, coming from a Chargers fan 🙂

Jarome Porter Reply

Congrats Mr. Johnny. Well deserved on and off the field. I know him personally. One amazing person.

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