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Chiefs Visit Springfield To Celebrate 50 Years

Former Kansas City Chiefs Len Dawson and Bobby Bell visit Springfield.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo--The Kansas City Chiefs will go to Tampa Sunday to take on the Buccaneers.

The Chiefs are 1-4, the Bucs are 1-3.

The last time that Kansas City beat the Buccaneers was back in 1993.

A couple of football legends were in Springfield Wednesday.

The Chiefs are celebrating 50 years as a franchise and are touring the Midwest.

The last stop was Springfield where former Chief greats Len Dawson and Bobby Bell signed autographs for fans.

Sunday, the Chiefs will start Brady Quinn at quarterback for the injured Matt Cassel, Dawson says KC's issues are not just a Cassel problem.

"It isn't just the quarterback position that's a problem with the Kansas City Chiefs," said former Chiefs quarterback Len Dawson. "It's the whole team. They are just giving the ball away too many times, too many penalties. They have to curb that and reduce it. You know, 17 penalties in two games. No that's not going to work. And they had six turnovers a couple of weeks ago. That's not going to work. You can't win that way. So they have to start there.."

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