Curtis McClinton was an outstanding running back for The Kansas City Chiefs from 1962 to 1969. A member of both Chiefs Super Bowl teams, he led the team in rushing in 1963 and 1965. Curtis has the distinction of catching the first touchdown in the first Super Bowl.
His 762 career rushing attempts place him fifth on the Chiefs all-time list. He was inducted into the Chiefs Hall of Fame in 1994.
After Curtis McClinton’s sports career he worked in Kansas City.
He is excited about living past his prime and sharing his story of the experience and knowledge he has acquired.
He has been a professional athlete, husband, father, civic leader, public servant, volunteer, Christian and an American Veteran.
Curtis studied Classical Voice at Wichita State University, The University of Kansas, Howard University, etc. He has performed the singing of the National Anthem for a Kansas City Chiefs game, and other local events.