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All Time Kansas City Chiefs 53 Man Roster

Friday, August 5, 2011

Part of a series.  Previous post is here. Updated through end of 2016 season.



QB Len Dawson
      Trent Green
      Alex Smith
RB Priest Holmes
RB Abner Haynes
      Jamaal Charles
      Larry Johnson
      Ed Podolak
WR Otis Taylor
WR Dwayne Bowe
       Henry Marshall
       Carlos Carson
       Eddie Kennison
TE Tony Gonzalez
      Fred Arbanas
C Tim Grunhard
G Will Shields
G Ed Budde
T Jim Tyrer
T John Alt
     OL Brian Waters
     OL Jack Rudnay
     OL Dave Szott
     OL Dave Lutz

DE Neil Smith
DT Buck Buchanan
DE Jerry Mays
      DL Art Still
      DL Dan Saleaumua
      DL Bill Maas
      DL Curley Culp
      DL Mel Branch
      DL Mike Bell
OLB Bobby Bell
ILB Willie Lanier
ILB Sherrill Headrick
OLB Derrick Thomas
     LB Tamba Hali
     LB Derrick Johnson
     LB Jim Lynch
     LB Justin Houston
     LB Donnie Edwards
CB Emmitt Thomas
S Johnny Robinson
S Deron Cherry
CB Albert Lewis
      DB Kevin Ross
      DB Dale Carter
      DB Gary Barbaro
      DB James Hasty
      DB Gary Green
PK Nick Lowery
P  Jerrel Wilson

5 comments

Anonymous said...

No Okoye?

Jim said...

Nope, it's a your mileage may vary when considering Okoye, Allen, Kimble Anders - Allen/Okoye pretty similar both game for game and aggregate value - I'll take the Hall of Famer.

DennisVee said...

Solid choices... My only certain change would be Fred Arbanas over Walter White as the back-up TE. Other than that, I may have chosen Stephone Paige or Chris Burford over Eddie Kennison for the final WR spot. Burford never had a 1,000-yard season, but he had way more TDs for the Chiefs than Kennison (55 to 25).

The Chiefs had have tons of solid DBs in their history, but I think you chose the best of the bunch.. nice work!!

Jim said...

Agree on both changes.

DennisVee said...

Besides OL and DB, the Chiefs have been pretty stacked at LB over the years... you would think that E.J. Holub and tackling machine Gary Spani would be good enough, but that's a solid group to crack. Out of curiousity, how far is Tamba Hali from making the all-time squad?

The Chiefs have had enough DBs to fill two all-time squads -- Gary Green, Jim Kearney, Bobby Hunt and Lloyd Burrus were all decent players, but not quite on the level of those listed....
It would be nice to see Abner Haynes, one of the great all-purpose players in team history, on this squad over that punk Larry Johnson, but Johnson was the more productive runner... oh well.

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