Len Dawson has died. He was 87
he was a Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback and popular radio and TV sports personality
In 1970, he coached the Kansas City Chiefs to their first Super Bowl victory and won MVP honours.
Additionally, "Lenny the Cool" spent more than 50 years as a broadcaster and helped Chiefs supporters through their highs and lows.
Early this month, Dawson started hospice care.
Dawson was born in 1935 in Alliance, Ohio.
After a 19-year football career, he was inducted into the Hall of Fame 52 years later in the adjacent town of Canton.