1987: Hank Stram | Chiefs Hall of Honor | Kansas City Chiefs - Chiefs.com
1987 | Hank Stram | Coach
Stram commanded the Chiefs on-field fortunes for 15 years, posting a regular season record of 124-76-10 (.614) . . . Garnered a reputation as one of the game's most imaginative offensive minds . . . Became the Texans head coach during the AFL's initial 1960 campaign and directed the franchise to three AFL titles and two Super Bowl appearances, including the World Championship 1969 season . . . Known as "The Mentor" . . . Put together a string of nine consecutive winning seasons . . . Was honored as either the AFL or AFC Coach of the Year four times: 1962, 1966, 1968 and 1970 . . . Was an assistant coach at the University of Miami before being named the Texans head coach . . . Was also a college assistant at Purdue, SMU and Notre Dame . . . Won seven letters as an athlete at Purdue, three in football and four in baseball . . . Born January 3, 1923, in Chicago, Illinois and died July 4, 2005 in Covington, Louisiana.
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