Chiefs great heading into NFL Hall of Fame
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Former Chiefs defensive tackle Curley Culp will be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Saturday. Culp was the starting nose tackle on the Chiefs Super Bowl IV championship team.
He becomes the seventh member of that world championship squad to go into the Hall of Fame, joining Len Dawson, Bobby Bell, Buck Buchanan, Emmitt Thomas, Willie Lanier and Jan Stenerud. Hank Stram and Lamar Hunt who have also been enshrined.
Culp was drafted by Denver in 1968. The Broncos traded him to the Chiefs, and in his second pro season, the Chiefs made it to the Super Bowl. Culp played for the Chiefs from 1968 to 1974.