Dr. Kelly Edward Wilson is an internal medicine physician in the United States Army. Kelly Edward Wilson enjoys living in North Carolina. He was born in Wichita, Kansas and even though he is based in North Carolina, he remains a loyal Kansas City Chiefs fan.
The Kansas City Chiefs were originally the Dallas Texans and the team was founded in 1960 by businessman Lamar Hunt. In 1963, the team was moved to Kansas City, Missouri and renamed the Kansas City Chiefs. The team was a charter member of the American Football League (AFL), and became a part of the National Football League as the result of the 1970 merger. The Kansas City Chiefs participated in the 1962, 1966, and 1969 AFL championships.
The Kansas City Chiefs are still owned by the Hunt family, and the team is headquartered at the Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri. The Kansas City Chiefs have won one super bowl during the franchise’s history. During the fourth super bowl in 1970, the Kansas City Chiefs beat the Minnesota Vikings. The team has not won a super bowl championship since that year.
Kelly Edward Wilson loves watching football during his free time. Dr. Kelly Edward Wilson is an internal medicine physician in the United States Army and is stationed in North Carolina. He has been a Kansas City Chiefs fan for many years and always looks forward to cheering on his favorite team.
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