Vahe Gregorian

October 4, 2013 3:00 PM

Fifty years later, former Chiefs marvel at how far the franchise has come

For all the enchantment and behind-the-scenes scheming that precipitated the Dallas Texans’ move here in 1963, the freshly hatched Kansas City Chiefs were broadly viewed with skepticism as they prepared to play their first regular-season home game 50 years ago Sunday. Unfathomable as it might seem now, Chiefs legend Len Dawson said, “We weren’t readily accepted.”

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