Established in 1963 in Canton, Ohio, the Pro Football Hall of Fame praises people who have molded proficient football’s set of experiences.



Every year, another class of enshrinees, made out of football’s most noteworthy competitors, mentors, and benefactors, are added to the Hall of Fame.

The Kansas City Chiefs, who have been included in three Super Bowl games, winning on two events, have had a sum of 23 joined players and patrons cherished into the Hall of Fame up until this point.



While the 2020 Hall of Fame ceremony was canceled due to the covid-19 pandemic, the class of 2020 enshrinees will be inducted at the 2021 ceremony.

There are no KC Chiefs inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame this year.

How about we investigate who these people were and when they were accepted:

  • LB Bobby Bell (1983)
  • LB Willie Lanier (1986)
  • QB Len Dawson (1987)
  • DT Buck Buchanan (1990)
  • K Jan Stenerud (1991)
  • C Mike Webster (1997)
  • QB Joe Montana (2000)
  • RB Marcus Allen (2003)
  • WB Warron Moon (2006)
  • CB Emmitt Thomas (2008)
  • LB Derrick Thomas (2009)
  • LT Willie Roaf (2012)
  • DT Curley Culp (2013)
  • RG Will Shields (2015)
  • K Morten Anderson (2017)
  • TE Tony Gonzalez (2019)
  • CB Ty Law (2019)
  • Johnny Robinson (2019)
  • LB Bobby Bell (1983)
  • LB Willie Lanier (1986)
  • QB Len Dawson (1987)
  • DT Buck Buchanan (1990)
  • K Jan Stenerud (1991)
  • C Mike Webster (1997)
  • QB Joe Montana (2000)
  • RB Marcus Allen (2003)
  • WB Warron Moon (2006)
  • CB Emmitt Thomas (2008)
  • LB Derrick Thomas (2009)
  • LT Willie Roaf (2012)
  • DT Curley Culp (2013)
  • RG Will Shields (2015)
  • K Morten Anderson (2017)
  • TE Tony Gonzalez (2019)
  • CB Ty Law (2019)
  • Johnny Robinson (2019)
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