The Green Bay Packers showed they were all class on Thursday night in their preseason game against the Kansas City Chiefs via a simple gesture.

Chiefs legend Len Dawson passed away earlier this week. So on Thursday night, Kansas City quarterback Patrick Mahomes led the Chiefs in a “choir huddle” as a tribute to Dawson.

The Chiefs were called for a delay of game because of the huddle. The Packers, however, respectfully declined the penalty — a classy move from one historic franchise to another.

Mahomes said during the broadcast that it was Chiefs owner Clark Hunt and head coach Andy Reid who had the idea for the tribute.

“He (Dawson) was part of a great group who made the Chiefs what they are today,” said Mahomes.

It’s certainly nice to see two franchises come together to honor an NFL legend.

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