1991: Abner Haynes | Chiefs Hall of Honor | Kansas City Chiefs - Chiefs.com
1991 | Abner Haynes | Running Back
Haynes was an exciting running back and return specialist who still owns nine franchise records, including most points in a game (30), most touchdowns in a game (five), highest career average gain rushing (4.84), most rushing touchdowns in season (13) and game (four), most combined yards in a career (8,442) and season (2,100) . . . Led club in rushing four times: 1960-62 and 1964 . . . Selected as the AFL's first Player of the Year in 1960 when he was the league's first rushing champion with 875 yards . . . Became first player in franchise history to rush for 1,000 yards, getting 1,049 during the 1962 AFL title season . . . Named All-AFL from 1960-62 . . . In 1965 he was traded to the Denver Broncos, where he spent two seasons . . . Also played with New York Jets and Miami Dolphins . . . Originally a first-round pick of the Oakland Raiders in 1960 . . . Wore jersey number 28 . . . Was a college standout at North Texas . . . Born September 19, 1937, in Denton, Texas.
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