Gary Barbaro is now the 43rd member of the Chiefs Hall of Fame, but it’s probably fair to say he appreciates the honor as few before him have. Barbaro, a three-time Pro Bowl safety during seven seasons for the Chiefs spanning the late 1970s and early 1980s, hasn’t played for 30 years. He also comes from an often-overlooked era of Chiefs football tucked away between their Super Bowl victory and the franchise revival led by Marty Schottenheimer. But Barbaro received this year’s honor, announced Saturday by chairman Clark Hunt. And he’s not going to give it back, though he jokingly acknowledged wondering whether Hunt was playing a prank on him...
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