Kansas City Chiefs Mount Rushmore: The Fab Four

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Dec 1, 2013; Kansas City, MO, USA; Kansas City Chiefs show their support during the second half of the game against the Denver Broncos at Arrowhead Stadium. Denver won 35-28. Mandatory Credit: Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

Despite not existing until the 1960’s and sporting a current playoff win drought of more than two decades, the Kansas City Chiefs have plenty of noteworthy NFL history.

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A trip to Super Bowl I and a Super Bowl IV victory are on the team’s resume, as well as 11 Pro Football Hall of Famers.

Off the field, the Chiefs can claim, according to most, an original owner who coined the name of the sport’s ultimate game, and a linebacker who broke social barriers.

The Chiefs have had flashy running backs (Priest HolmesChristian Okoye; Marcus Allen), a star quarterback (Len Dawson), and a list of defensive players that would make the ’85 Chicago Bears proud.

Alas, only four can grace the side of Mount Rushmore of Chiefs Kingdom. Let’s take a look at who should be there, with the only qualification, outside of being a great player or making a meaningful impact, is the selections must have spent majority of their career with the Chiefs.

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