Kansas City, Missouri 2021-05-01 12:58:49 –
Kansas City, Missouri — Former Kansas City Chiefs Center Tim Grunhard will be inducted into the team’s Chiefs Hall of Fame, announced Saturday.
Tim Grunhard played against the Chiefs in the NFL for 11 seasons.
He will be named Ring of Honor later this year. pic.twitter.com/fXb05ct7ET
— Kansas City Chiefs (@Chiefs) May 1, 2021
Kansas City Chiefs Chairman and CEO Clark Hunt said Saturday that Granhard was the 50th and 46th player to be inducted into the team’s Hall of Fame.
Granhard will be officially inaugurated at the Chiefs Alam Nai Weekend celebration at Arrowhead Stadium’s GEHA Field this fall.
“In 11 seasons at the club, Tim has established himself in one of the most talented and aggressive line groups in franchise history,” Hunt said in a news release. “Outside the field, Tim has shown his commitment to serving the community throughout his career, and his dedication to Kansas City continues long after his play day.”
Granhard spent 11 years at the Chiefs from 1990 to 2000. During that time, he played 169 games, scoring 164 starts, including 120 straight starts from September 5, 1993 to October 29, 2000. -The longest launch campaign in franchise history.
Following the 1999 season, he was named to his first career, the Pro Bowl, and became the first Kansas City Center to appear in the Pro Bowl since 1977.
Granhard is also a board member of the Third and Long Foundation, an active member of the Kansas City Ambassador, and was inducted into the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame in 2016.
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