RIVER FALLS, Wis. (AP) _ Kansas City Chiefs owner Clark Hunt
says he doesn't plan to get involved in player personnel decisions.
In an interview with The Associated Press, Hunt says he's keenly
interested in the strategy being used to improve the Chiefs over a
three-year to five-year period.
He says he feels a responsibility to win the A-F-C championship
trophy that's named for his father and get the Chiefs to the Super
Chiefs founder Lamar Hunt died in December. Since then, Clark
Hunt has become more visible in the team's day-to-day operations.
Clark Hunt played football in high school, but he says will
leave the coaching to Herm Edwards and front-office operations to
general manager Carl Peterson.
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