Legendary football great Joe Namath will take a moment to honor Navy SEAL Chris Kyle on the one-year anniversary of the day he was killed.
The former quarterback will be wearing this bracelet as he presides over the Super Bowl coin toss, according to this tweet he sent out Sunday:
— Joe Namath (@RealJoeNamath) February 2, 2014
Kyle is known as “America’s deadliest sniper,” having served four tours in Iraq and logging a confirmed 160 kills. He was killed by another veteran at a gun range while trying to help him work through post-traumatic stress disorder issues, according to Wikipedia.
H/T: Independent Journal Review
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