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1. Above the Crowd Above the Crowd April 24, 2009 The Kansas City Chiefs trade Tony Gonzalez to the Atlanta Falcons for a second-round draft pick in 2010. The article covers Gonzalez' history with the Kansas City Chiefs, his image with Kansas City fans,...

2. Athlete Who Inspired ''The Blind Side'' Shares His Message of Hope Athlete Who Inspired ''The Blind Side'' Shares His Message of Hope March 3, 2011 Michael Oher, the Baltimore Ravens football player made famous in the movie "The Blind Side," was the keynote speaker at the 50th annual Greater Kansas City Area Mayors' Prayer Breakfast, March 2, 2011....

3. Biography of Junious "Buck" Buchanan (1940-1992), Football Player Biography of Junious "Buck" Buchanan (1940-1992), Football Player 1999

4. Chiefs Great's Induction Ends Wait Chiefs Great's Induction Ends Wait August 9, 2009 Article reports on the induction of Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Derrick Thomas into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio. Former Chiefs president Carl Peterson spoke in place of Thomas at the...

5. Chiefs Hall of Famer Wilson Dies In Texas Chiefs Hall of Famer Wilson Dies In Texas April 10, 2005 Former Kansas City Chief's punter Jerrel Wilson died of cancer on April 9, 2005, in Bronson, Texas. He is a member of the team's Hall of Fame and played for the Chiefs from 1963 to 1977. He was nicknamed...

6. Choo Choo Roberts Made Tracks from KC Choo Choo Roberts Made Tracks from KC December 24, 2005 Brief article noting that the previous New York Giants record of most yards rushing in a single game (broken in December, 2005 by Tiki Barber in a game against the Chiefs) had been set by Gene "Choo Choo"...

7. Crowded Football Stadium Crowded Football Stadium circa 1930s Football players walking off the field in a crowded stadium. The seating sections are identified as K-N. In the background are additional spectators, as well as a large building (possibly a school).

8. Crowded Football Stadium Crowded Football Stadium circa 1930s Football game in progress inside a crowded stadium (seating sections identified as F-K).

9. Football Game at Muehlebach Field Football Game at Muehlebach Field circa 1930s-40s Distant view of a football game in progress inside Muehlebach Field (later Ruppert/Blues/Municipal Stadium.

10. Lenny: The Early Years Lenny: The Early Years October 28, 2007 Article discussing the early football career of former Kansas City Chiefs quarterback and NFL Hall-of-Famer, Len Dawson. After his senior year at Purdue University, Dawson was drafted by the Pittsburgh...

11. The 12th Man The 12th Man December 30, 2008 Profile of former University of Kansas football player Rick Abernethy and the infamous "12th-man game" that took place during the 1969 Orange Bowl between Kansas and Penn State. Forty years later, Abernethy...

12. The Star's 2005 All-Metro Team The Star's 2005 All-Metro Team December 11, 2005 Article highlights the top 24 Kansas City high school football players.

13. The Will to Succeed as CEO The Will to Succeed as CEO January 2009 Article profiles former Kansas City Chief Will Shields and his transition from NFL football player to entrepreneur and CEO of his own business. Shields retired from football in 2006 after a 14-year career....

14. William H. H. Piatt, 91 William H. H. Piatt, 91 October 29, 1959 Obituary for William Henry Harrison Piatt, (~1868-1959), a former football star for Kansas University and Kansas City lawyer. He formed the firm of Piatt & Marks which he closed in 1950. He is bured in...