Podcast: Tim Grunhard breaks down Chiefs offensive line
By Matt Conner
Kansas City Chiefs Hall of Famer Tim Grunhard joins the Arrowhead Addict podcast to reflect back and talk about long-term success.
Right now, the Kansas City Chiefs are in the middle of their golden era, a span of time for the franchise unlike any other in which success is sustained, the rings are piling up, Hall of Fame careers are being written, and anything feels possible. Fans would be wise to recognize the rarified air in which they’re living.
Before this, perhaps the single greatest long-term stretch of success in Chiefs history came during the Marty Schottenheimer years and very few players know that era better than longtime Chiefs center Tim Grunhard. Not only is he a member of the franchise’s Hall of Fame, but he was the sort of rare iron man who saw the franchise through 11 full seasons (and 169 games played). The least amount of wins in that entire time? Seven for the Chiefs.
On the latest episode of the Arrowhead Addict podcast, Grunhard was kind enough to join the show as a special guest to reflect back on his playing days and to talk about what it takes to sustain success over the long haul. He also gives his takes on the Chiefs’ newest tackles, Creed Humphrey, and more!
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