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Longtime Chiefs Exec Jack Steadman, A Front-Office "Revolutionary," Passes Away At 86

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 06 / 15

Longtime Chiefs exec JACK STEADMAN , who “spent more than four decades with the franchise and helped build its only Super Bowl team,” died yesterday at the age of 86, according to the AP. The Chiefs in a statement said that Steadman “died of natural causes.” Steadman had &ld...

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