Kansas City Chiefs safety Tyrann Mathieu is always busy spreading joy during holidays. His latest gift-giving venture found its found to an ICU Nurse.

Mathieu dropped by the Saint Luke’s South Hospital in Overland Park with his once-in-a-lifetime surprise. The surprise gift was dedicated for one of America’s frontline workers in the COVID-19 pandemic. Mathieu gifted the intensive care unit nurse Kansas tickets to Super Bowl LVI.

Back in November 22, the Chiefs Kingdom witnessed Mathieu spreading gifts and joy. It was just before Thanksgiving when he was seen handing out turkeys. The nurse, Brandon Smith, expressed his joy over receiving the tickets,

“I’m so overwhelmed right now; like I was saying, I could cry right now if everyone wasn’t watching. I’m overwhelmed with joy, so proud of our hospital, our system, all the nurses, all the frontline workers that contributed the last year and a half, two years during this COVID.”

Smith mentioned that this will be the first time in his life he will attend a Super Bowl. On top of that, this will also be the first NFL game he has ever been to. So, his first in-person professional football game will be quite the experience. It is rightfully a once-in-a-lifetime experience for the frontline worker.

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