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As Kansas City Chiefs prepare for Super Bowl, their name stirs up new controversy


January 29, 2020

A lot has changed since the Kansas City Chiefs last played in the Super Bowl 50 years ago, but one thing hasn't - their name.

When the Chiefs played in Super Bowl IV in 1970, they played for the American Football League, before it merged with the NFL and became the American Football Conference. Their mascot was a Pinto horse named Warpaint ridden by a man in a feathered headdress, before it became K.C. Wolf in 1989.


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