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  2. Curley Culp - Missouri Sports Hall of Fame

    Ultimately, he was enshrined in three other Halls of Fame, the Pro Football Hall of Fame (2013), the Chiefs Hall of Fame (2008) and the Arizona Sports Hall of Fame (2002). Starring as a nose tackle, Culp helped the Chiefs win Super Bowl IV in January 1970 and later pushed the Houston Oilers to the 1978 and 1979 AFC Championship games.

  3. Photos: The Career of Curley Culp - Kansas City Chiefs

    Photos of Curley Culp throughout his historic NFL career. 1 / 40. Kansas City Chiefs defensive tackle Curley Culp (61) tackles Minnesota Vikings running back Dave Osborn (41) in the backfield during the Chiefs 23-7 victory over the Vikings in Super Bowl IV on January 11, 1970 at Tulane Stadium in New Orleans, Louisiana. 2 / 40.

  4. What kind of cancer did Curley Culp have? | The US Sun

    Curley Culp was an active NFL player for 14 years, and helped the Kansas City Chiefs win their first Super Bowl in 1970. Born on March 10, 1946, Culp played as an offensive and defensive lineman and was one of the highest rated players in the league when he was active.

  5. Curley Culp was born on 10 March, 1946 in Yuma, Arizona, USA, is an Actor. Discover Curley Culp's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and ...

  6. Pro Football Hall of Famer Curley Culp passes away at 75

    CANTON, Ohio (WJW) — The Pro Football Hall of Fame is honoring the life of Hall of Famer Curley Culp. He died at the age of 75. Enshrined into the Hall of Fame in 2013, Culp played 14 seasons…

  7. Way Back When: Remembering late legend Curley Culp and his ...

    Today, we mourn the passing of Curley Culp, one of the game's true gentlemen and gentle giants, who passed away days ago on Nov. 27 after a battle with pancreatic cancer. Often we mourn the passing of a former Bronco, but somehow we do less so when a person has the greatest moments of his pro career elsewhere. So here's to Curley Culp.

  8. Arizona State Legend Curley Culp Passes Away - Arizona State ...

    Culp won Super IV with Kansas City, while also making six Pro Bowls, five All-Pro teams (one as a first-team member) and snatching NFL Defensive Player of the Year honors in 1975.

  9. SPECIAL REPORT: The Legend of Curley Culp - KYMA

    Tom Daniel - Curley Culp's former Yuma High School wrestling coach. Curley Culp is the embodiment of living life to it's fullest. Born into a local homesteading family after World War II, it's ...

  10. Curley Culp: Death| Wife| Family| Net Worth - sportsjone

    Curly Culp Wife Colette Bloom Culp: Meet the Family of the Deceased Hall of Famer Colette Bloom Culp, wife of former Oilers Nose Tackle Curly Culp, said her husband had died of pancreatic cancer. Curly Culp was a professional American football player who grew up in Yuma, Arizona, the youngest of 13 children including a twin sister, Shirley.

  11. Curley Culp!” | Pro Football Hall of Fame Official Site

    7/16/2013. On Saturday, Feb. 2, Curley Culp and his wife Collette nervously sat in their car at the airport awaiting a phone call that would come if Curley was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. At that same moment, a nationally televised NFL Network special focused on Pro Football Hall of Fame President/Executive Director Steve Perry as ...

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