Chiefs still feel a void following death of their matriarch, Norma Hunt, this past offseason

Kansas City Chiefs owner Clark Hunt speaks to the media during NFL football Super Bowl 58 opening night Monday in Las Vegas. The San Francisco 49ers face the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl 58 on Sunday. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)

Norma Hunt, left, and her son Clark Hunt, center, owners of the Kansas City Chiefs, and Chiefs head coach Andy Reid, second right, celebrate after the AFC Championship against the Tennessee Titans in 2020 in Kansas City, Mo. For the first time since her husband Lamar Hunt coined the term “Super Bowl,” and their team promptly lost to the Green Bay Packers, the matriarch of the Kansas City Chiefs will not be at the big game Sunday. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson, File)

HENDERSON, Nev. — There is much that Clark Hunt will never forget about that night four years ago in Miami, when five decades of futility had finally ended, and the Kansas City Chiefs — the team his late father Lamar Hunt had founded — raised another Lombardi Trophy.