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Len Dawson, who brought the Kansas City Chiefs their first Super Bowl, entered hospice care, his wife told a local TV station. Dawson is 87 years old.
Len Dawson was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame as a player in 1987 and as a broadcaster in 2012. AP Photo/Colin E. Braley, File. After moving to Kansas City the next year, the team's ...
KANSAS CITY, MO - CIRCA 1969: Len Dawson #16 of the Kansas City Chiefs looks on during an AFL Football game circa 1969 at Kansas City Municipal Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri.
Len Dawson, the MVP Of Super Bowl IV and a quarterback for 14 seasons with the Dallas Texans/Kansas City Chiefs franchise, died Wednesday, August 24, at the age of 87.
Len Dawson of the Kansas City Chiefs passes to a teammate during Super Bowl IV against the Minnesota Vikings at Tulane Stadium in New Orleans, La. on January 11, 1970.
Len Dawson, the legendary Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback who led the Kansas City Chiefs to their first Super Bowl victory, has died, his family and the Chiefs announced on Wednesday. He was 87.
Dawson played 13 years in Kansas City, but he’d stay long after his playing career ended, making the city his home. He enjoyed a long, successful media career after retiring as a player in May 1976, working for both the Chiefs Radio Network and KSHB-TV.
Hall of Fame quarterback Len Dawson, whose unmistakable swagger in helping the Kansas City Chiefs to their first Super Bowl title earned him the nickname “Lenny the Cool,” died. He was 87.
Len Dawson, Kansas City Chiefs general manager Carl Peterson and Mitch Holthus pose for a group photo honoring Mitch as the most prolific play by play announcer in Chiefs history during the Sept. 21 2003 away game against the Houston Texans.
FILE - Len Dawson of the Kansas City Chiefs running through passing drills with receivers in New Orleans to prepare for the Super Bowl, in January 1970. Dawson, the 87-year-old Hall of Fame ...