Fred Arbanas, Chiefs Hall of Fame tight end and local legislator, dies
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The Kansas City Star

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Fred Arbanas, the dependable tight end for the Chiefs’ first two Super Bowl appearances and later an influential Jackson County legislator, has died. He was 82. Arbanas, a six-time all-AFL selection in 10 seasons, was picked to the All-Time AFL Team by the Pro Football Hall of Fame. He was also a Chiefs Hall of Famer. Despite being declared legally blind in his left eye after he was accosted in an off-field incident in December 1964, Arbanas came back and earned all-league honors and started in both Super Bowl I and IV. In fact, it was Arbanas’ key block in the most famous p…

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