Former Quarterback Len Dawson Died at Age 87
On the depth charts of the Pittsburgh Steelers and Cleveland Browns,
there was a future Hall of Fame quarterback who toiled.
Len started his pro career in 1962 and was given the starting job for Dallas Texans in 1964.
The Chiefs haven't looked back since.
He was an AFL champion and led the Kansas City Chiefs to a Super Bowl victory.
Dawson was in hospice care, though no cause was given.
"Heartbroken" they may be, but the Kansas City Chiefs' is no small potatoes.
From his long-time mentor and father-figure Hank Stram to the successful seasons of "America's team",
the man known as "Mr. Arrowhead" has left his mark in every corner of what's now called Arrowhead Stadium.
This is a legend who led his team to victories in Super Bowls I and IV
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