Chiefs Hall of Famer Otis Taylor dies at 80
A star player from Kansas City's first Super Bowl champion team has died. Otis Taylor was 80 years old.
Taylor was a standout wide receiver for the Chiefs. During his 11 seasons Taylor had 410 catches for 7,306 receiving yards and 57 touchdowns.
His touchdown in Super Bowl IV sealed the victory over Minnesota. "He was one of the most dynamic receivers of his era, and he helped revolutionize the position. Off-the-field, he was kind and dedicated to his community. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family. Otis' legacy will live forever as a member of the Chiefs Hall of Fame," said Chiefs Chairman and CEO Clark Hunt.