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Tamba Hali to be inducted into Chiefs Hall of Fame

The Kansas City Chairman and CEO, Clark Hunt, announced that former Linebacker/Defensive End Tamba Hali will be inducted into the 2024 Chiefs Hall of Fame.  Hali joins an elite group that will honor Tamba as the 53rd individual and 49th player to be inducted into the Chiefs Hall of Fame.  The ceremony will be held during the Chiefs Legends Weekend at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium in the fall.  Hali played his entire 12-year career with the Kansas City Chiefs playing over 177 games.  He is the sixth-most player in Chiefs history to start 157 games.  In 2006, Hali was named to the All-Rookie Team, and was named the AFC Defensive Player of the Year four times in his career as well.  On top of his on the field accolades, Tamba displayed care and service in the community being nominated a Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year award nominee in 2014.  His dedication to helping his roots to West Africa was tremendous in aiding over $50,000 to construct facilities for treatment against Ebola, and the disease devastated communities in the region.  

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