There was also an all-time AFL team, which was essentially also an all-decade team since Lamar Hunt’s league began play in 1960 and ended play as a separate entity with the 1969 season. That group included Wilson, TE Fred Arbanas, LT Jim Tyrer, LG Ed Budde, DE Jerry Mays, LB Bobby Bell and S Johnny Robinson.
What Chiefs players have a chance to be part of the team of the past decade? TE Tony Gonzalez, G Will Shields, FB Tony Richardson, PR Dante Hall and LB Donnie Edwards have a chance. Gonzalez and Shields have the best odds of gaining that coveted declaration. Hall would be next.
Walk through the shoulder-to-shoulder lines of people at the conclusion of a Senior Bowl practice and you’ll quickly realize that most of these men aren’t fans. Most are current team employees, former team employees or prospective team employees.
Although the National Football League dominates the masses, representatives from the NCAA, Canadian Football League, United Football League and various other league formations join the NFLers in the grandstands at Ladd-Peebles Stadium and on the playing surface following the practice sessions. Then there is also the long list of agents, former players and media members in Mobile as well. Really, the fans represent the minority at Senior Bowl practices.
Former Florida quarterback Tim Tebow has met at length with representatives from the Kansas City Chiefs, Minnesota Vikings and Carolina Panthers, according to members of Tebow’s camp.
Tebow is working out this week in Mobile, Ala., as part of the Senior Bowl.
The meeting with Carolina was the most formal, a sit-down session with the coaching staff. New Chiefs offensive coordinator Charlie Weis also sat down with Tebow.
The Kansas City Chiefs have named Bob Moore as the club’s team historian. Moore joined the Chiefs organization as director of public relations in ‘89, making his 21-season stint in that capacity the longest of any individual in franchise history. Moore will continue his longtime service to the Chiefs in his new role effective immediately.