Tony Richardson to the Kansas City Chiefs HOF

The Kansas City Chiefs have announced that former Fullback, Tony Richardson, will become the 46th member of their franchise’s Hall of Fame.

Richardson, who was undrafted out of Auburn, would briefly be with the Dallas Cowboys practice squad before he was signed by the Chiefs in 1995.  Richardson would prove to bean elite blocker, and would pave the way for 1,000 Yard rushing seasons by his respective Running Backs, Larry Johnson and Priest Holmes.

Richardson would become an effective offensive weapon himself, rushing for 1,575 yards and catching 177 passes for another 1,298 Yards.  He would cross the goal line for 24 Touchdowns.

Two of Tony Richardson three Pro Bowls were as a Kansas City Chief and he would be named a Second Team All Pro in 2004.

We here at would like to congratulate Tony Richardson, the latest addition to the Kansas City Chiefs Hall of Fame.

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