• Published on: 30 July 2020
  • I pulled up to Kansa City to workout with @Tyreek Hill and do some 7on7's! Also linked up with some of his boys on the chiefs!

  • Runtime : 14:6


  • Daniel Elias
    Daniel Elias   36 minuts ago

    12:23 when you try your best but you don’t succeed🎼

  • Apollo Ghost
    Apollo Ghost   1 hours ago

    Lol they all think they good until they play tackle football

  • Scat_Gladiator392 BIGGLADIATOR TV

    Lol, good stuff fellas and everybody was balling even the kicker holder finally getting the shot to play QB. Be safe and stay injury free. Check me out at BigGladiator TV 📺

  • Slayy
    Slayy   5 hours ago

    You got hit by that ball??

  • Don Muldrew
    Don Muldrew   5 hours ago

    NFL PLAYERS giving back and playing with high school and college players much love and respect to those trying to get where they are..

  • XxNiTrOxNuKeSxX _YT
    XxNiTrOxNuKeSxX _YT   6 hours ago

    u wanna know what funny he on the bench for his school but they playin 2 hang tag and they have no one at the line and he talking mad stuff I'm dead

  • Ptao Tom
    Ptao Tom   9 hours ago

    The black QB on destroyings team was throwing DOTS. They all was throwin dots tho frfr

  • Guy Bond
    Guy Bond   14 hours ago

    This was a really good 7 on 7 i have seen

  • Buchanan
    Buchanan   16 hours ago

    Bro there goin to get you to the league be humble

  • Reckless
    Reckless   17 hours ago

    12:24 anyone else see him get denied a chest bump

  • Big W
    Big W   17 hours ago

    Blonde kid qb is one of the coolest white dudes on the internet.

  • Melissa Wissler
    Melissa Wissler   18 hours ago

    Hey there, Christian Carter! Good to see you back at LSN!

  • Paul Sutton
    Paul Sutton   18 hours ago


  • Melissa Wissler
    Melissa Wissler   18 hours ago

    I love watching these awesome pro athletes giving back to the community by working out with the kids at Lee’s Summit North!

  • Jailin Foster
    Jailin Foster   21 hours ago

    Anyone know the name of the song around 4:11

  • SweetZ S.P.
    SweetZ S.P.   22 hours ago

    12:24 boy got left out of a jump lmao

  • Randy Lee
    Randy Lee   1 days ago

    It’s amazing for nfl players to be so humble playing with high schoolers. And thanks for coming out with such a upbeat and chill video and not bringing up politics like everything else.🙏🏼

  • Cordell Stone
    Cordell Stone   1 days ago

    12:23 White kid jumped for a shoulder bump and the kid in the battle shorts run past him😂😂😂

  • Bolt
    Bolt   1 days ago

    The boy that’s holding kicks is a demon Ong

  • Peyton Fuqua
    Peyton Fuqua   1 days ago

    10:18 bro that is juice swear in the back round

  • hen ko
    hen ko   1 days ago

    9:45 “we don’t want him on our team we don’t even know him”😭😭😭😭 Ik jit hurt

  • seyhu fn
    seyhu fn   1 days ago

    whoever was tyreek QB was dat boy can throw no lie

  • Billy Le
    Billy Le   1 days ago

    Corona be averaging 5 infection per min

  • CurlyShawn 21
    CurlyShawn 21   1 days ago

    This is the best juke threw the hold video 12:22

  • Truth Be Told
    Truth Be Told   1 days ago

    That's the problem with America's youth... can't speak normal proper English.Go educate yourselves first instead of focusing on making stupid videos.

  • Chris C
    Chris C   1 days ago

    why cant i find the drop the top song anywhere

  • No Violent
    No Violent   1 days ago

    As someone from Kansas city...WHAT DISRESPECT! Man this is Missouri don't ever say were like Kansas...nah I'm playing its all love

  • Jethro Furballs
    Jethro Furballs   1 days ago

    With everything going on in the outside world this is the best channel on YouTube. We get to experience all this fun with these guys and feel like kids again, and be reminded of what is most important, which is to be human and share in camaraderie and togetherness. There are all these different skill levels, but everyone was putting themselves out there to make the most of it. Tyreek and his crew took the hits and trash talk in stride, looked like they were having just as much fun just being a part of the game and the moment. They don't realize how important it is to everyone there and everyone watching. Those kids will tell their grandkids about this someday and always have this to take with them when they think back on this period of history, that they were there and were a part of it. I feel like I got to watch the best day ever. Maybe there's not a lot going on in Kansas but these kids will figure it out if they approach life with this kind of enthusiasm and effort to accomplish something together. This was pretty selfless by the NFL guys, they were putting themselves out there, and they turned the game into something epic for everyone. Tyreek got up and kept playing, no whining about any bumps or bruises, just lined back up and kept his team motivated. You can be a billionaire in the White House but that doesn't mean you have class and real character. A man like Tyreek Hill doesn't have anything selfish to gain by participating, in fact, he has a lot to lose if he gets injured, but that wasn't as important to him as just being there to participate and give his time and energy and body on all those plays, same as everyone else. He might rock a crazy diamond grill, be covered in tats, but that guy has more class in his little toe than Trump has ever shown in his entire life. Dee, I am serious when I say this, you have the best channel on YouTube my guy. You're doing life right. I hope you take this channel all the way and turn it into your own league. As someone who studied Organizational Psychology and Org Behavior, I think you have something here capable of becoming it's own sports entity because these individual teams don't require coaches, stadiums, agents, lobbyists, and team owners who will cannibalize and exploit the players. These teams can compete as groups and make decisions as groups and their incentives to win are entirely team-based and are earned through group effort, so that removes the problem of individual players squeezing salary caps. The teams have equality, independence, and opportunity to win something if they all participate equally. That is essentially unheard of in organized sports. And what makes these videos great is that most of us watching don't really care who wins, we just enjoy watching because of how much they enjoy competing and having fun. That's supposed to be the essence of sports, it's supposed to be organic and enjoyable and with team sports you have a system where we get to see the members and hear them and experience the game as they go from play to play. This needs to become organized and have formal rules and anyone in any city can put together a team and set-up competitions as you travel around and bring friends of yours to jump in it with them. You are like the glue that makes each afternoon fun for everyone, regardless of who you bring with you, so if you keep doing that and just make brackets, eventually you can have teams from each state who are #1 get together for a national playoff and championship. It's great how you have these scrimmages where you can film in the action and you have random people running on the field after TD's and all these crazy celebrations. Don't change any of that. Eventually you'll have huge crowds, you can get sponsors, rent stadiums, broadcast on YouTube then on sports channels, then go worldwide and do stories on the teams and players and their cities, even if the teams are high school kids you can find creative ways for teams to get bonuses or get paid something if they don't win a local championship. You could create pots for placing 2,3, and 4 in tournaments, it's endless. Your channel is awesome, I hope you take it all the way and grow it as big as it can get. There is a lot of potential, and what is dope is all levels can be on a team like how you've had it. No need for contracts, competing doesn't violate any professional contract obligations, so it's entirely up to the players to just show up and play. You could easily build and industry out of this because you have kids like these in every state, and lots of former college and pro players who would enjoy jumping in like Tyreek. It would be so interesting to see the teams people come up with and how these games unfold. No need for hits and violence and CTE, no way for refs to interfere with the games and pull shady hometown calls out of their asses, no worry about lawsuits and liability since it's a volunteer league system. Your format already solves so many major issues with pro sports that you could create something that has never existed, which is a game that is open but free from contamination and corruption and unfairness. Bro, this could be huge.

  • Human
    Human   1 days ago

    9:46 ayooooo u spit on the screen

  • K Bishops
    K Bishops   1 days ago

    Don’t care about none of these men! Lol Where’s lil Mikey da future!! Put him on the 7s