Homeless Man Helps KC Chiefs’ Jeff Allen Make It To Stadium On Gameday


Kansas City Chiefs guard Jeff Allen had some points attending to Arrowhead Stadium for Saturday's playoff recreation towards the Indianapolis Colts, however due to a person named Dave he did not miss out on the crew's 31-13 victory. 

Allen took to social media after the sport to clarify that his automotive was caught within the snow when Dave, who did not know Allen was a member of the Chiefs, stopped and supplied his assist.

"My automotive acquired caught within the snow earlier than the sport & a pleasant man named Dave assist pull me out with out realizing I used to be a participant. I need to give him tickets to the AFC championship recreation for serving to however don’t have a technique to contact him. He drove a 97 or 98 Black Suburban. Pls RT

By Sunday afternoon, Allen had efficiently situated Dave Cochran, a homeless man who lives in his Chevy Suburban along with his girlfriend and canine, in keeping with a report by 41 Action News in Kansas City. 

“It’s like a dream come true," Cochran informed 41 Action News. “I noticed the message this morning, and I'm not going to faux with you—name me delicate if you wish to, homeboys—I began bawling to know he's a person of his phrase and he reached out to contact me.”

Allen might be giving Cochran tickets to Sunday's AFC Championship recreation towards the New England Patriots. Additionally, a GoFundMe page has been arrange for Cochran.