Jamaal Charles, Marcus Cooper Pick Up Team Awards

The Kansas City Chiefs honored their MVP and Rookie of the Year winners Saturday at the annual NFL 101 Awards, by handing out the Derrick Thomas and Mack Lee Hill Award to running back Jamaal Charles and cornerback Marcus Cooper. It was the second straight time Charles has been named MVP and fourth time in […]

Dawson Sounds Off On “Terrible” Bounty Scandal

The New Orleans bounty scandal took center stage this offseason after it was revealed Saints players were paid thousands of dollars by defensive coordinator Greg Williams for head hunting. Knock out the signal caller — by any means necessary — and take home a healthy bonus. Putting a bulls eye on the quarterback isn’t shocking […]

Len Dawson Reflects On His Friend Tony DiPardo

Longtime Chiefs band leader Tony DiPardo’s wake ended up coinciding with the awful weather conditions hitting Kansas City this week, but that wasn’t about to stop people from paying their respects.  Among those that made the trip to the Hyatt Regency Hotel was Hall of Famer Len Dawson.  Bill Althaus asked the Chiefs legend to […]

Len Dawson Honored At Purdue

Hall of Famer Len Dawson was back at Purdue University Tuesday night to be honored by the National Football Foundation along with his peers in a very exclusive group. Len Dawson.  Bob Griese.  Drew Brees. Three NFL stars.  Three Super Bowl-winning quarterbacks. Only Alabama can equal Purdue when it comes to Super Bowl-winning quarterbacks.  Bart […]

Len Dawson Receives Survivorship Award

Former Chiefs quarterback Len Dawson will receive the Richard A. Bloch Cancer Survivorship Award Sunday. It will be part of the 25th Annual “Kansas City Celebration of Life Rally” at the Bloch Cancer Surviors Park at 48th Street and Roanoke Parkway at 1 p.m. The public event is free and will continue until about 3 […]

The Most Famous Play In Chiefs History

With Len Dawson presenting the Lombardi Trophy after tonight’s Super Bowl, the focus will once again be on the Chiefs championship 40 years ago.  The Kansas City Star’s Randy Covitz breaks down the most famous play in Chiefs history: 65 Toss Power Trap. The Chiefs led 9-0 midway through in the third quarter on the […]

Around The Web: Bowe Back, Super Lenny, Cribbs Balance

The struggling Chiefs offense will get some help this week in the form of receiver Dwayne Bowe, fresh off a suspension.  His last game may have been one of his best of the year, but the team says it’s important to limit expectations. “It’s unreasonable to expect him to come in and play as good […]

Around The Web: Tamba’s Tribute, Purdue Reunion, Bills Offensive Defense

There wasn’t much to like about the Chiefs performance yesterday, but on the day Kansas City honored Derrick Thomas, Tamba Hali provided a great tribute to the late linebacker. Thomas’ No. 58 was retired Sunday in conjunction with his induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame this year.  At halftime, the Arrowhead crowd was […]

Len Dawson On Chiefs Troubles

Several members of the 1969 Super Bowl Champions were in Springfield, MO today to be inducted into the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame’s Honor Roll of World Champions.  Hall of Famer Len Dawson was asked about the 2009 Chiefs and he said it’s no secret why they are struggling. “I know it’s going to take […]

Quote: “I Don’t Know Why He Wants To Do It”

Hall of Fame quarterback Len Dawson is currently at the NFL rookie symposium in Florida.  But it wasn’t a rookie on his mind today, but instead 18-year-veteran Brett Favre and the continuing drama surrounding his retirement.  Dawson was quick to question Favre’s desire to play for a division rival. “I don’t know why he wants […]

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