Betty Johnson was a Kansas City Chiefs superfan. She attended every game, and received a regular pre-game kiss from wide receiver Dwayne Bowe, who was just released from the team this season.

On Thursday, Johnson's health declined, and her family came to realize they might not have much more time with her. They contacted the Chiefs with one final request: She wanted to see the Chiefs one last time.

The franchise helped her out, arranging for a visit to her from Nick Lowery, a former Chiefs kicker now in the franchise's Hall of Fame.

According to Johnson's granddaughter, the scene was emotional, and almost poetic.

"We sang a prayer, and he was going to leave, and we noticed that she was no longer breathing," Johnson's granddaughter told KSHB. "We believe that she was just waiting to say goodbye to her Chiefs."

Props to the Chiefs for arranging for Johnson's last wish to be granted.

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