The Chiefs will induct offensive tackle John Alt into their Hall of Fame on Sunday. Alt played 13 seasons for Kansas City, earning All-AFC honors from 1990-1995. He made back-to-back trips to the Pro Bowl in 1992 and 1993. Alt played 179 games in a Chiefs uniform. Jim Tyrer is the only Kansas City lineman to notch more games, with 180. The Chiefs drafted Alt in the first round of the 1984 draft out of Iowa. He’s the second Hawkeye to make it to the Chiefs Hall of Fame. Ed Podolak was the other. Alt’s name will be added to the facade of Arrowhead Stadium in a pre-game ceremony on Sunday. After the ceremony, the Chiefs will turn their attention to the Oakland Raiders, who have beaten them five straight times. The Chiefs are 3-4 and the Raiders sport a 4-2 mark.