1994: Jack Rudnay | Chiefs Hall of Honor | Kansas City Chiefs - Chiefs.com
1994 | Jack Rudnay | Center
Rudnay was regarded as one of the NFL's finest centers during the 1970s . . . Determination, guts, toughness and humorous are probably the four best words that describe him . . . Was the AFC's starting center in the Pro Bowl four straight times, following the 1973-76 seasons . . . Played in 178 games with the Chiefs, the third-most ever by a Kansas City offensive lineman . . . Put together an incredible string of 144 straight games played, beginning with the 1970 season and lasting through the entire decade . . . A fourth-round draft choice in 1969, he missed the Chiefs Super Bowl season as a result of a back injury suffered in the College All-Star game following his senior year at Northwestern University . . . Played both center and defensive tackle at Northwestern . . . Wore jersey number 58 . . . Born November 20, 1947, in Cleveland, Ohio.
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