The Kansas City Chiefs are facing pressure to get rid of the longstanding 'tomahawk chop' celebration.
- A Native American coalition has purchased billboards in the Kansas City area protesting the celebration, where fans make a chopping motion with their hand, accompanied by a 'war chant'.
- A protest is also planned for outside Raymond James Stadium ahead of Sunday's game.
- Chiefs president Mark Donovan says the team has already made several changes like banning headdresses and other Native imagery. He says the team's goal is to "respect and honor Native American heritage while celebrating the fan experience".
- What are your feelings on the 'tomahawk chop'? Would the team be able to stop fans from doing it if they wanted to?
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