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Published September 15, 2013
The K.C. STAR's Vahe Gregorian writes Chiefs Chair & CEO Clark Hunt's actions in the weeks following the murder-suicide involving LB Jovan Belcher "go a long way toward defining Hunt’s leadership and reflect a studied but emboldened approach to the role."
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