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Dallas Mayor Wants To See The Kansas City Chiefs Come Back To Town

The Kansas City Chiefs' future in Kansas City is in jeopardy (technically, but does anyone really think they're going anywhere?).

This comes as voters elected to not extend a 3/8th-cent sales tax another 40 years. The money brought in by extending that sales tax would help pay for a new stadium for the Kansas City Royals and it would freshen up the Chiefs' Arrowhead Stadium.

The Chiefs will have to figure out what to do next, but Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson (not to be confused with Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Eric Johnson or "Cliffs of Dover" guitarist Eric Johnson) has an idea.

History buffs may recall that the Kansas City Chiefs haven't always played in Kansas City. They started on Dallas as the Dallas Texans before moving to Kansas City in 1963.

Johnson certainly was aware of this.

I don't think Johnson believes the Chiefs will move back to Dallas but let's consider it for a second. 

That's a big market that could probably support two teams, but the Chiefs would almost certainly play second fiddle.

I know the Chiefs have won two straight Super Bowls and the Dallas Cowboys haven't appeared in one since Clinton was in office, but the Cowboys (who actually play in Arlington, Texas) would still dominate in that part of the country.

There is the Cotton Bowl as Johnson mentioned in his post. That historic stadium is slated to get $140 million in renovations, per Fox 4 Dallas. Sure, it's an iconic stadium, but so is Arrowhead. Do you think the Chiefs would move to a stadium that's several decades older than the one they currently play in?

There's no way they'd do that. 

Not before every possible way to stay in Kansas City is exhausted. 

Unfortunately for the Chiefs whatever deal they can cut, probably won't be as favorable