Although I grew up as a fan of the San Diego Chargers, I will always have a great respect and appreciation for the Kansas City Chiefs.  Not only did their owner, Lamar Hunt, found the AFL, but the Chiefs employ a gentleman named Bob Moore as a team historian, and he consistently produces excellent pieces dedicated to the Chiefs in the 1960s, and the AFL in general.

Bob Moore recently put together a piece on a man who is undoubtedly the least-known of the AFL commissioners, yet he presided over some of the most important times in league history.  Milt Woodard was an important part of AFL history, and a man who is Too Often Forgotten.