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Danan Hughes named Honorary Chairman

Danan Hughes, a former Kansas City Chief and current Big 10 Network broadcaster for college football and baseball, will serve as the honorary chair of the 41st Annual HK’s Hospital Benefit Golf Tournament, scheduled June 8 and 9 at The Lodge of Four Seasons. Hughes played for the Kansas City Chiefs from 1993 to 1998 as a wide receiver and special teams player. The 1993 team, led by Joe Montana, was the last Chiefs team to appear in an AFC Championship game until 2019. Before going pro in football, Hughes was a professional baseball player, playing one summer for the Milwaukee Brewers minor league team. Since retiring, Hughes has created a successful broadcasting career. He is a TV and radio broadcaster for the Big 10 Network, covering college football and baseball. He also covers college football and basketball for ESPN3. And he does the Chiefs pre- and post-game shows at Arrowhead Stadium. Plus, he is a Chiefs Ambassador, a group that has long supported the HK’s Hospital Benefi