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Who were the Kansas City Chiefs quarterbacks since 1970?

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Quaterbacks on the roster since 1970 Adams, Tony Barnes, Pat Beathard, Pete Blundin, Matt Blackledge, Todd Bono, Steve Carlson, Dean Clements, Tom Collins, Todd Dawson, Len Elkins, Mike Flores, Tom Fuller, Steve Gagliano, Bob Gannon, Rich Germaine, Joe Grbac, Elvis Green, Trent Huard, Damon Huarte, John Hudson, Doug Jaworski, Ron Jaynes, Dave Kenney, Bill Krieg, Dave Livingston, Mike Matthews, Steve McManus, Danny Montana, Joe Moon, Warren Nott, Mike Osiecki, Sandy Pelluer, Steve Quinn, Jonathan Seurer, Frank Shaw, Dennis Stevens, Matt Tolliver, Billy Joe Vitali, Mark Vlasic, Mark Whitehurst, David To clarify punctuation probelwm with the first answer-Last name first Adams Tony,Barnes Pat,Beathard Pete,Blundin Matt,Blackledge Todd,Bono Steve,Carlson Dean, Clements Tom, Collins Todd, Dawson Len, Elkins Mike,Flores Tom,FullerSteve,Gagliano Bob,Gannon Rich,Germaine Joe,Grbac Elvis,Green Trent,Huard Damon,Huarte John,Hudson Doug,Jaworski Ron,Jaynes Dave,Kenney Bill,Krieg Dave,Livingston Mike,Matthews Steve,McManus Danny,Montana Joe,Moon Warren,Nott Mike,Osiecki Sandy,Pelluer Steve,Quinn Jonathan,Seurer Frank,Shaw Dennis,Stevens Matt,Tolliver Billy Joe,Vitali Mark,Vlasic Mark,Whitehurst David

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