He built a great Chiefs franchise, with the likes of Len Dawson, Bobby Bell, Buck Buchanan, Otis Taylor, Emmitt Thomas and many many more fine players. After losing to the Pack in their first Super Bowl appearance, his Chiefs kayoed Joe Kapp's miracle Vikings team.
Later he became one of many to fail to get the Saints going.
He teamed with Jack Buck on CBS Radio's football broadcasts, they were a great team.
Modern day fans will still be able to see him ranting up and down the sidelines on NFL Films broadcasts.
As of 2/28/05: 101 pounds since December 7, 2004 OFFICIAL THREE-MONTH COUNT: 112 pounds on March 9, 2005 OFFICIAL SIX-MONTH COUNT: 142 pounds on June 8, 2005 As of 6/28/05: 144 pounds "I've lost a welterweight"
Originally posted by Eddie FamousModern day fans will still be able to see him ranting up and down the sidelines on NFL Films broadcasts.
When I was a kid I was a regular renter of the old NFL films stuff from our local video store. Hank was by far the most entertaining coach on the tape. And I really want a sport jacket with a Chiefs logo on it.
Read the original post by TheOldMan. The point wasn't that it makes him less guilty. The point is it makes him even stupider because he had no use for the money (not that being poor would have justified it, naturally).