KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Kansas City Chiefs owner Clark Hunt says
his team is celebrating its 50th anniversary in the city this year
and plans to stick around for another five decades.
Hunt joined Chiefs general manager Scott Pioli and head coach
Romeo Crennel on Tuesday to announce several activities planned to
mark the anniversary. Among them are charitable functions and a
trip to Joplin to help the city rebuild from the deadly May 2011
The team also honored 10 Chiefs fans who have been season ticket holders since the team moved from Dallas 50 years ago.
Hunt says he's excited about the upcoming season after injuries
sidelined several key players last year, and that his goal remains
to bring a Super Bowl championship to Kansas City.
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