Image Gallery of Jim Tyrer Offensive Tackle 1961-1974
One of the most outstanding offensive lineman of his time. Jim Tyrer played 13 seasons for the Dallas Texans/Kansas City Chiefs and one for the Washington Redskins. A 9-time Pro Bowler he was named to the
AFL Hall of Fame All-1960 Team as well as Pro Football Reference All-Decade Teams of the 1960s.
Chiefs QB Len Dawson gets good protection behind the likes of Ed Budde & Jim Tyer in Super Bowl I. The story behind this picture is this is the play where Dawson hit running back Curtis McClinton for the Chiefs lone touchdown of the game.
The Packers shown here are #60 - linebacker Lee Roy Caffey and defensive tackle Henry Jordan (#74).
Len Dawson behind Jim Tyrer & Ed Budde with Lee Roy Caffey & Henry Jordan of the Packers in Super Bowl 1
Kansas City Chiefs sideline in the late 1960. Head coach Hank Stram and the outstanding offensive tackle Jim Tyrer (#77). Tyrer was an 8 time All AFL, and 2 time NFL All Pro
Hank Stram with Jim Tyrer on the Kansas City Chiefs Sideline
Chiefs quarterback Len Dawson (#16) gets behind the blocking of All-AFL lineman Jim Tyrer (#77) and running back Wendell Hayes (#38). And that's defensive lineman Tony Cline (#84) of the Raiders containing.
Len Dawson Behind Jim Tyree and Wendell Hayes in 1973
Offensive Lineman for the Kansas City Chiefs from 1961 to 1973, Jim Tyrer
Legendary Offensive Lineman Jim Tyrer of the Kansas City Chiefs. Here he is shown during the 1971 season opener against the San Diego Chargers.
Jim Tyrer All-Pro AFL Offensive Lineman
Kansas City Chiefs head coach Hank Stram poses in front of 6-6, 280 pound Offensive Lineman Jim Tyrer. Tyrer was named to 9 Pro Bowls during his 14-year career.
Chiefs Head Coach Hank Stram with Tackle Jim Tyrer
1965 Topps Trading Card for Kansas City Offensive Lineman Jim Tyrer.
1965 Jim Tyrer Topps Trading Card