The Chiefs and Eagles land in Phoenix, get ready for Super Bowl 57


PHOENIX (AP) – Minutes after Kansas City Chiefs and quarterback Patrick Mahomes landed in Phoenix, players, coaches and staff hung a “Kingdom of the Chiefs” flag from the window as they stepped off the plane and crossed the runway.

About an hour later, the Philadelphia Eagles arrived in Arizona, with quarterback Jalen Hurts, coach Nick Sirianni and others heading to the bus park with a “This is a Philly Thing” flag waving.

Super Bowl 57 is one week away.

The Chiefs will face the Eagles on February 12 in Glendale, Arizona.

Both teams landed at Goldwater Air National Guard Base in perfect Phoenix winter weather – bright sunshine and temperatures in the 70s. Team members occasionally stopped to take photos and videos along the trail.

Former Chiefs star Christian Okoye was on hand to hand out hats to Kansas City players as they got off the plane. The former running star lives in Southern California and made a short trip to Phoenix.

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