The Kansas City Chiefs are honoring the memory of Yahoo Sports NFL writer Terez Paylor on Day 3 of the 2021 NFL draft.
Chiefs PR tweeted out a picture of the team's coaching staff wearing All-Juice Team shirts as a tribute to Paylor. Head coach Andy Reid is among the many Chiefs staff members who appear in the picture.
All proceeds from the All-Juice Team shirts will support the Terez A. Paylor scholarship at Howard University.
Chiefs CEO Clark Hunt opened up his Zoom call with the media by also paying homage to Paylor.
Terez Paylor worked for Kansas City Star before joining Yahoo Sports
Prior to joining Yahoo Sports, Paylor spent 12 years with the Kansas City Star. He spent his last five years with the Star covering the Chiefs.
Paylor took on a national perspective with Yahoo Sports, where his love for football, dedicated film study and personality made him one of the best analysts in the game, and a beloved colleague.
Paylor died unexpectedly in February. He was 37.
His legacy lives on both around the game and at Yahoo Sports. Paylor was known for his All-Juice Team, a team comprised of players Paylor felt embodied the soul of football. The Yahoo Sports NFL team — comprised of Eric Edholm, Charles Robinson and Pete Thamel — paid homage to Paylor in April with the latest rendition of the All-Juice Team.
The Chiefs will no doubt keep Paylor and his All-Juice Team in mind when the team makes its selections Saturday.
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