Chiefs rookie Berry signs deal with adidas

Chiefs rookie safety Eric Berry has signed a multi-year endorsement deal with adidas, the athletic apparel company announced on Tuesday.

The fifth overall draft pick joins fellow rookie C.J. Spiller of the Bills, Saints running back Reggie Bush and Texans defensive end Mario Williams as NFL players who endorse adidas apparel.

“I’m very excited to continue my relationship with adidas,” Berry said in a press release issued by adidas. “I wore the three stripes at Tennessee and feel very comfortable in the gear.  I am confident adidas products will help me take my game to an even higher level in the NFL.”

“We are looking forward to watching Eric Berry at the next level,” said David Baxter, head of sport performance for adidas America.  “He is an incredible athlete and football player, and we think the adidas brand can help him get even better.”

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