Chiefs announce additions of Hughes, Klingler to 2020 broadcast team

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The Kansas City Chiefs have announced the return of eight-time Kansas Sportscaster of the Year winner Mitch Holthus, representing his 27th season on the Chiefs Radio Network, anchored by flagship 106.5 FM The Wolf (WDAF-FM) in Kansas City.  Holthus has called 433 career regular and postseason games for the franchise, the most since its 1960 inception as the AFL’s Dallas Texans.

Joining Holthus in the booth this fall will be former Chiefs wide receiver Danan Hughes.  Hughes has appeared as a football and baseball on the Big Ten Network since 2008, and Chiefs pregame and postgame shows on Kansas City area television stations since 2014.

KCSP-AM morning host Josh Klingler will be the sideline reporter, taking the same job he has enjoyed with University of Kansas radio broadcasts for the past 14 years.

Staying with the Chiefs Radio Network is the long-time voice of the Missouri State University (Springfield, MO) Bears, Art Hains, who will anchor the pregame and postgame radio coverage for the defending Super Bowl champions.

Seventy stations across the Midwest make up the Chiefs Radio Network.