1973: Fred Arbanas | Chiefs Hall of Honor | Kansas City Chiefs - Chiefs.com
1973 | Fred Arbanas | Tight End
Arbanas was considered one of pro football's finest tight ends during his nine seasons with the Texans/Chiefs . . . Named to the all-time AFL team by the Pro Football Hall of Fame . . . Was a five-time All-AFL choice, grabbing the honor from 1962-65 and in 1967 . . . Was known for his tenacious blocking and courage . . . Lost the sight in one eye in an accident in December of 1964, but came back strong to earn All-AFL accolades the following season . . . Member of Kansas City's Super Bowl IV title team . . . Played in 118 games, catching 198 passes for 3,101 yards and 34 touchdowns . . . Was a seventh-round pick of the Texans after a stellar college career at Michigan State . . . Wore jersey number 84 . . . Born on January 14, 1939 in Detroit, Michigan.
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