Jack Steadman, vice chairman of the Kansas City Chiefs, retires today.
Jack Steadman, a member of the club's front office since its founding in 1960 as the AFL's Dallas Texans, announced his retirement. Steadman, 78, the general manager when Kansas City won its only Super Bowl title after the 1969 season, was the Chiefs' vice chairman. He has also been the team's president, executive vice president and chairman during a 47-year tenure.
2007 NFL Salary Cap Numbers
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