1977: Jim Tyrer | Chiefs Hall of Honor | Kansas City Chiefs - Chiefs.com
1977 | Jim Tyrer | Offensive Tackle
Tyrer was considered by many to be the finest offensive tackle of his era . . . Was selected to the AFL All-Star team or Pro Bowl nine times . . . Named to the all-time AFL team by the Pro Football Hall of Fame . . . Was a starter in each of his 13 pro seasons, playing in 180 games . . . His string of 180 straight games played is the third-longest streak in club history . . . Named AFL Offensive Lineman of the Year in 1969 . . . Was a starter at left tackle on the Chiefs Super Bowl IV squad . . . Wore number 77 . . . Played one season (1974) with the Washington Redskins . . . Was a college All-America choice at Ohio State and was chosen by the Texans in the third round of the '61 AFL Draft . . . Born February 25, 1939 in Newark, Ohio and died on September 15, 1980 in Kansas City.
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