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By PFW staff

Longtime Chiefs icon and broadcaster Bill Grigsby died early Saturday at the age of 89. He retired in 2010 after 62 years in broadcasting.

"Like all Chiefs fans, our thoughts and prayers are with Fran and the entire Grigsby family at this difficult time," Chiefs chairman and CEO Clark Hunt said. "Bill's voice brought some of the most memorable action and exciting plays in Chiefs history to our fans. He will be truly missed."

Grigsby called play-by-play for both Super Bowl I and Super Bowl IV.

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