The Kansas City Chiefs are saddened by the passing of Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback, Chiefs legend and Kansas City icon Len Dawson.
“Me and my family are heartbroken. Len Dawson is synonymous with the Kansas City Chiefs. Shaping the organization as we know it today was Len Dawson,” said Clark Hunt, Chiefs President and CEO. Lane has been admired throughout his life, first as a Hall of Famer on the field, and then as he embarked on a successful career in broadcasting. Throughout his remarkable career, Lane has made it his priority to give back to the community he loved. The franchise has lost a true legend. Our thoughts and prayers are with Linda and her family.\”
Dawson has been heart and soul with the Dallas Texans/Kansas City Chiefs franchise Chiefs during his illustrious 14-year career, helping the franchise become one of the game\’s elite passersby to become one of the dominant teams in pro football.
Under PFHOF head coach Hank Straum, who brought Dawson to the Texans/Chiefs franchise in 1962, Dawson was a major regular contender and won the American Football League championship in 1962, 1966, and 1969. He received the Most Valuable Player award for the Super Bowl. IV when he led Kansas City to a 23-7 win over the Minnesota Vikings. Dawson has won the AFL passing title four times and still holds the franchise record for most pass attempts (3,696), completions (2,115), passing yards (28,507), and touchdowns (237).
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