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Behind Kansas City safety Daniel Sorensen’s competitive fire

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Kansas City safety Daniel Sorensen is pretty chill the week after his forced fumble and breakup of a Houston Texans fake punt propelled the Chiefs into the AFC championship game. It is being called the biggest play in the biggest comeback victory in Kansas City franchise history.

You’d think Dan would be all over social media, gulping down interviews and promoting the plays media members are predicting Chiefs fans will be telling their grandchildren about someday — the bombshell day by Dirty Dan.

But no, when the dust settles and he’s put his kids to bed, Sorensen falls into his nightly routine of watching film, studying opponent tendencies, breaking down keys and devouring the cerebral part of football that has made the six-year veteran so valuable.

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