Stram, Hank Louis

Born: Jan 03, 1923 AD
Died: 2005 AD, at 82 years of age.

Nationality: American
Categories: Football Coach, Sportscaster

US football coach


1923 - born - Jan 3rd, in Chicago.



University: Purdue University (1948)



1962 -Texans won the AFL Western Division and the AFL championship



1960-1963 - Dallas Texans Coach.



1964-1974 - Kansas City Chiefs Coach (lost Super Bowl I 1967, won Super Bowl IV 1970).



1975-1976 - briefly with CBS sports TV.



1976-1977 - New Orleans Saints Coach.



1978-1995 - Returns as Sportscaster for CBS TV, and Monday night Football on radio.



Hank Stram retired in New Orleans, Louisiana, where he built a home in the town of Covington.



2005 - He died at St. Tammany Parish hospital in Covington, from complications due to diabetes, on the 4th of July. He was 82 years old.



Pro Football Hall of Fame 2003

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