Former Chiefs head coach Hank Stram is a nominee for induction into the Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio. He’ll be included on the balloting on the as a senior nominee. Stram began his pro coaching career with the Dallas Texans in 1960. They became the Kansas City Chiefs in 1963. He took them to Super Bowl I, losing to the Packers. The Chiefs won the World Title in Super Bowl IV beating the Vikings. Five of his former players are already in the Hall of Fame.