Curley Culp was drafted by the Denver Broncos in the second round of the 1968 AFL-NFL draft but was traded to the Kansas City Chiefs shortly there after.
Curley played in nine games during his rookie season.
Curley was known as one of the strongest players in the NFL.
Curley spent the first six-plus seasons with the Chiefs where he was an integral member of the team’s Super Bowl IV championship team.
Culp was All-Pro five times during his career.
Curley was selected to six Pro Bowls, twice with Kansas City.
Culp played in a total of 179 games during his career.
Curley was traded to the Houston Oilers in 1974.
Culp had one of his best years in 1976 when he made 69 tackles, 42 assists, 7 sacks and 3 forced fumbles.
Culp getting measured for his Hall of Fame bust.
Culp signing autographs.