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Honoring the Hall of Fame

Updated: 2012-12-09T18:25:52Z

By RANDY COVITZ

The Kansas City Star

Chiefs and Browns players wore patches on their jerseys honoring the 50th anniversary of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, which is down the road in Canton.

The NFL has designated all games played during weeks 14 and 15 to pay tribute to the Hall of Fame. Also, Hall of Famers will be in the broadcast booths to announce and comment about the Hall of Fame’s 50 Years, and teams will use the occasion to honor their alumni and celebrate their team histories.

The Chiefs, of course, have a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, quarterback Len Dawson, as analyst for their radio network.

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