Here's Why Orlando Brown Says 'Easy Money University' During Kansas City Chiefs Games

The Kansas City Chiefs and Jacksonville Jaguars are facing off in an NFL matchup with huge implications, and there is sure to be plenty of excitement on the field. Ahead of the game, Chiefs offensive tackle Orlando Brown Jr. was caught saying “Easy Money University” during pre-game introductions. This has caused a stir amongst players and fans, as the phrase has become a popular catchphrase amongst college football players.

Why Does Orlando Brown Say “Easy Money University”?

The phrase “Easy Money University” is a reference to the popular college football promotion, DraftKings. It is a promotion that allows players to earn extra money by competing in daily fantasy sports games. The phrase has become increasingly popular amongst college football players, and has been adopted by many college teams as a way to incentivize their players.

Here's Why Orlando Brown Says 'Easy Money University' During Kansas City Chiefs Games
Here's Why Orlando Brown Says 'Easy Money University' During Kansas City Chiefs Games

The first thing we thought of when hearing “Easy Money University” was Kevin Durant. As you may or may not know his nickname in the NBA is “Easy Money Sniper”. It would be so fitting if he started to say he graduated from that University.

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