This week's pre-season matchup between the Chiefs and Packers showcases two of the more storied franchises in pro football history, as their matchup in Super Bowl 1 was also the first contest between an AFL and NFL team. Fortunes weren't on the side of the underdog Chiefs in the very beginning, but as this piece shows, it may have been their 35-10 defeat to the Packers in Super Bowl 1 that set the franchise on a course for it's eventual Super Bowl glory.
Curley Culp's tremendous career was rewarded with an induction into the pro football hall-of-fame this year. Take a look back at what made Curley such a remarkable defensive lineman.
During the Week 16 halftime, Chiefs Hall of Fame member Curly Culp was honored in addition of his name being added to the Ring of Honor at Arrowhead Stadium.
This year's Chiefs Hall-of-Fame inductee was defensive back, Gary Barbaro, who terrorized opposing offenses in the late '70s and early '80s. See why he was a shoe-in to have his name added to the ring of honor.
You'll see them in the Soup Kitchens. You'll see them giving aid to the needy. You'll see them on Sunday welcoming the team to the field… You'll see them just about everywhere you go, wearing red coats, and wearing them with pride.