Chiefs S Eric Berry Named to Customized New York Jets Jersey “NFL Top 100 Players of 2017” List

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The NFL Network named Kansas City Chiefs safety Eric Berry to its “Top 100 Players of 2017” list on Monday night. The league’s players vote upon the
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Berry came in at the league’s 13th best player, up 42 spots from last season (No. 55).

Berry Custom Jets Jersey had 77 tackles (62 solo) and four interceptions Customized New York Jets Jersey, two of which were returned for touchdowns last season. Berry also recorded the NFL’s first ever two-point
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Berry was named a first-team All-Pro for that 2016 campaign.

With the announcement, Berry became the Customized New Orleans Saints Jersey sixth Chiefs player named to the 2017 list, joining quarterback Alex Smith (No. 81), linebacker Justin Houston (No. 76), wide receiver Tyreek Hill (No. 36),
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Chiefs Proud to Announce Custom Saints Jersey 2017 Flag Warriors

Here are the eight selections made by the Chiefs

 

On Friday, June 9, the Kansas City Chiefs Customized San Diego Chargers Jersey held their 2017 Flag Warrior auditions. Customized New York Jets Jersey There was a great turnout with a ton of talent. It was exciting to see so much energy and passion for the Kansas City Custom Saints Jersey Chiefs!
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After several hours of evaluating route running and interviews, the 2017 team Customized New Orleans Saints Jersey has been selected.

Congrats to the following eight people who have been selected as the 2017 Flag
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Pre-Camp Reads: Customized San Diego Chargers Jersey Spencer Ware Takes the Lead in 2017

Ware jumps into a leadership role in his third season in KC

Spencer Ware enters his third season with Kansas City in 2017, after posting the best season of his career in 2016. Ware started 14 games and led the Chiefs with 214 carries for 921 yards last season, while also posting three touchdowns rushing and two Customized New York Jets Jersey touchdowns receiving.
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For the first time in his short career, Ware won’t have Jamaal Charles to look up to entering 2017’s training camp, meaning he will be in line to take on more of a
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“The leadership has been outstanding,” running backs coach Eric Bieniemy said of Ware this offseason Custom Jets Jersey. “These guys have been together for a number of years. They know what is expected. They understand that it isn’t about one individual, it’s about the group. So, whoever’s out on that field, they must Custom Saints Jersey represent and do a great job because why?

“Every time we’re out there, the expectations are high, the stakes are high. We want to make sure no matter who is in there, they know what they’re doing. These guys coach each other up. Sherm (Anthony Sherman), Spence, Charcandrick hold the other guys accountable, as well as each other.”

Quotable:

Ware on coming back to the Chiefs in a leadership role: “There’s a lot of responsibility as far as showing leadership out here on the field and off the field. No pressure though. I go out there every day and work how I was when I was behind Marshawn [Lynch] in Seattle and how I did when I was behind Jamaal [Charles] when I came here. It’s the same mindset and the same work ethic, I’m just a little bit older and a little more mature.”

 

Season Review:

Ware put together the best season of his career in 2016, highlighted by the best game of his career in the Chiefs’ Week 5 matchup away against the Oakland Raiders. Ware rushed 24 times for 131 yards and a touchdown on the afternoon.

Ware led all Chiefs players with 214 rush attempts on the season and compiled 921 total yards rushing, a career high. His 1,368 yards from scrimmage led the
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According to Pro Football Focus’ Michael Tagliere, Ware has broken 65 tackles on 351 touches during the last two Customized San Diego Chargers Jersey seasons. As he notes in this piece, that’s a broken tackle once every 5.4 touches, which is a better mark than that of Le’Veon Bell, who has broken a tackle every 5.6 touches over the last two years.

2017 Outlook:

With Charles now a member of the Denver Broncos, Ware should receive the primary looks in the Chiefs run game, along with Charcandrick West. After compiling 921 Customized New Orleans Saints Jersey total yards rushing in 14 games in 2016, the idea of Ware 1,000 yards in his third season in Kansas City shouldn’t be out of the question, and that feat would catapult him into the elite at the position of the National Football League.

Ware and West will be tasked with the guiding of rookie Kareem Hunt, the all-time rushing leader at Toledo, where Hunt had 4,945 total yards rushing.

 

10 Takeaways from Kansas Customized San Diego Chargers Jersey City Chiefs Offseason Workouts

Here’s what you need to know about what’s transpired the last couple of months

The Kansas City Chiefs finished up offseason workouts last Thursday with the conclusion of their mandatory three-day minicamp, and now the players are off until they report back Customized New Orleans Saints Jersey to training camp in late July.

Here’s a breakdown of the training camp schedule.

Over the last couple of months, there have been a handful of things we’ve learned about how this team will look in 2017

Here are 10 takeaways from the Chiefs’ offseason workouts:

1.     An update on the injured players

Chiefs head coach Andy Reid said in one of his last press conferences that he believes tight end Travis Kelce, Custom Jets Jersey who had offseason shoulder surgery and didn’t participate in any of the workouts, should be ready for training camp. Kelce was present and standing on the sideline throughout OTAs and minicamp.

The same can be said for veteran linebacker Derrick Johnson, who has consistently stated all offseason that he should be ready for camp. Johnson participated in individual drills during minicamp, but didn’t do any of the 11-on-11 work.

 

One player to keep an eye on as we get closer to camp is second-year left guard
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Ehinger suffered a torn ACL during the Chiefs’ Week 8 victory over the Indianapolis Colts last season.

A few of the other players who didn’t participate in parts of minicamp, including Eric Berry (heel), D.J. Alexander (back), Steve Nelson, Kenneth Acker (groin), Spencer Ware (hamstring) and Phillip Gaines (knee), didn’t seem to have serious injuries.

2.     Justin Houston says he’s healthy

Houston only played in five games last season as he was recovering from a knee injury, and while everyone remembers his dominant performance Customized New York Jets Jersey on national television on the road against the Denver Broncos, the seventh-year linebacker said he’s feeling even better heading into this season.

“I feel great, now,” Houston said after minicamp practice last week. “Last year, I couldn’t even run at this time. So, it’s night-and-day different. I feel great to be New Men’s Nike Customized San Diego Chargers Elite Alternate Powder Blue Football Jersey able to get up and go and not even think about it.”

 

Houston is looking to bounce back after a season in which he finished with a career-low 20 tackles, four sacks, and six quarterback hits.

“The day I feel like I can’t get better is the day I’m going to retire,” he added. “I know there’s plenty I can get better at and be more consistent—every game and every play.”

When healthy, Houston has proven to be one of the league’s most dominant defensive players.

3.     Tyreek Hill is going to be used a lot

Last year, Hill, who is listed at 5 feet 10 and 185 pounds, played 418 snaps on offense, which equated to about 40 percent of the total plays. It’s part of a storyline that will be talked about a lot as we get closer to the season.

Obviously, with veteran Jeremy Maclin gone and the production everyone saw from Hill last season, the goal would be for an increased workload for Hill in 2017, which leads to the question of whether or not that’d affect his dynamic
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Reid, who has a history of working through this kind of situation, said it shouldn’t be an issue.

“I have dealt with this with (Brian) Westbrook and DeSean Jackson,” Reid explained of his time with the Philadelphia Eagles. “You can balance that out; you can do both. You just have to be aware of their workload and what’s going on, but there is nothing that says you can’t do both.”

 

At 5 feet 10 and 175 pounds, Jackson, who was a second-round pick by Reid and the Eagles in 2008, is a good comparison for Hill in that way.

In four of his five seasons with Reid (2008-12), Jackson had at least 900 yards receiving.

In his top two seasons (2009-10), Jackson had over 1,000 yards receiving while also averaging over 11.6 yards per punt return. He ranked in the top 12 in the NFL in each category in both years.

From what we could see during offseason practices and workouts, Hill was getting plenty of attention.

4.     Reid was happy with the progress of the rookies

“We had a good camp,” Reid said last week. “It was productive—most productive probably with the young guys, the improvement that they made. All the rookies took steps forward. In today’s world and today’s NFL, those guys, in some cases, New Men’s Nike Customized San Diego Chargers Elite Navy Blue Team Color Football Jersey are going to contribute for us, so it’s important to stay right on top of that.

“It’s also important that when they leave here, that they don’t lose that, so we put a big emphasis on that. We’ll stay on top of it so when they come back, [they don’t] have to start from scratch.”

5.     There was plenty of trash talking during minicamp

It’s a culture of competition Reid has brought to the organization, which has led this team to a level of sustained success over the past four years that rivals any stretch over the past four decades for this franchise.

“A little more chirping, that’s for sure,” quarterback Alex Smith admitted hearing during practice. “I heard a little more talk on that side of the ball. I don’t want to name names, but there was definitely more talking.”

 

“That’s football baby,” cornerback Marcus Peters explained of the “chirping” when talking with the media after a minicamp practice. “We’re getting back into the swing of it. We’re here for a couple of days before we’ve got to be back at camp. We’ve got a mentality, and we’re interested in one thing – the Super Bowl.”

“That’s just what we do,” safety Eric Berry added of the friendly banter. “We’re on the same team, but it’s like having a house full of brothers, you all are going to fight inside the house, you’ll wrestle, you’ll argue, you’ll talk smack, but as soon as somebody else from another neighborhood Custom Saints Jersey or someone up the street tries to try you, we’re all together.

“We make each other stronger while we’re in the building.”

6.     The rookies shared what they learned

Quarterback Patrick Mahomes admitted that coming from college, he knew basic protection principles, but it’s the area of his development that’s at the forefront right now.

“To me, the most exciting part of practice is when I get a protection right,” Mahomes explained. “Right now, if I switch a protection and it’s right, that’s probably the happiest I am. I’ll go straight to coach [Mike] Kafka or coach [Matt] Nagy and be like, “Hey, did you see that? I got that guy right there.”

It’s not a huge throw down the field or a scramble play that leads to a first down during an 11-on-11 period, and Mahomes is most excited about showing a level of understanding in the offense and the responsibilities that go along with playing the position at this level than anything else.

 

Most of the teaching moments and the ones that are critical in Mahomes’ development don’t even happen on the field, but in the classroom.

And after a minicamp practice, Mahomes shared a story of one of those moments.

“It was with coach Chilly (Brad Childress)—talking about my protections,” Mahomes explained. “He said something I hadn’t thought about in that way.”

Basically, Childress was able to relate, in a basic way, the Chiefs’ offensive protections to what Mahomes did at Texas Tech.

Childress used a language Mahomes could better understand to describe how to identify and think about one of his blockers. It’s not something Childress has done often—speaking the language Mahomes used in college—but he could just tell what Mahomes was trying to say and saw it as a teaching moment.

“I think he just saw how I was describing the plays on the board and how I was thinking about the protections,” Mahomes explained, “but right when he said it, everything just clicked and I understood our protections way better.”

For second-round pick Tanoh Kpassagnon, the difference between what he was asked to do at Villanova, and what he’s asked to do at the NFL level has been a learning experience.

“There’s just a lot more to begin with, a lot more to learn and we do a lot more reading of the offense,” Kpassagnon explained. “Right before the play, we’re trying to see what they’re going to run and we try to predict it. We try to make an educated guess on how we can play it.”

 

Following rookie minicamp, which took place the week after the draft, running back Kareem Hunt recalled a conversation he had with Chiefs general manager John Dorsey, who had a message that’s stayed with him.

“In college, you play football,” Hunt recalled of what Dorsey said to him. “In the NFL, you learn football.”

Hunt, who accomplished about everything one could at the collegiate level from an individual standpoint, was one of the trendy names in a deep running back class in this year’s draft.

The folks at Pro Football Focus had Hunt as the highest-graded running back in last year’s class with an overall grade of 94.9. They had him forcing 76 missed tackles last year at Toledo, which ranked second among all FBS running backs.

Despite the impressive résumé, Hunt knows none of that matters now.

“I was the type of guy that thought they knew everything about football,” Hunt explained. “And when I got here, I’ve learned there’s so much more to football, so much more to the game. A lot of college kids think they’ve got football down, but it’s not as easy. There’s so much more to it.”

7.     Reid is confident in the young receivers group

“I have a ton of trust in the young guys that they will step up and do a good job for us,” Reid said after a workout. “The point that we have here is we have some good players. I believe everyone has to be ready to go. I’ve never said we have a number one guy, that’s just never where I have been with this thing. We try to mix it and mix it up the best way we possibly can.

“A few years ago you saw [Jeremy Maclin] catch a lot of passes, last year you saw [Travis Kelce] with a lot of catches, and Tyreek [Hill] had a few. So, you try to spread it around and put enough pressure on defense as you possibly can.

“We have enough talent right here to do whatever we need to do.”

At his final press conference, Reid specifically mentioned Seantavius Jones as a guy who has impressed him this offseason.

 

Jones, who is hard to miss at 6 feet 3 and 200 pounds, originally came into the NFL as an undrafted free agent with the New Orleans Saints out of Valdosta State. He also spent time with the Philadelphia Eagles. Jones was on the Custom Chargers Jersey  Chiefs’ practice squad last year.

Another young guy who was making plays during offseason workouts is second-year receiver Demarcus Robinson, who was selected in the fourth round (No. 126 overall) of the 2016 NFL Draft out of the University of Florida.

Robinson was focused on showing the coaches he was ready for this opportunity by the work he put in this offseason.

“Just letting them know that I’m well acquainted with the playbook—the plays, the audibles and everything we’re going to call,” Robinson explained. “It was just getting into the playbook more to let them know that I know what I’m doing.”

8.     Veteran defensive lineman Allen Bailey is back and ready

Bailey’s six-month rehab process from the pectoral injury that cost him most of last season concluded about a week before OTAs began. He said he’s 100 percent right now and has his full strength and motion back.

“The rehab went well,” Bailey—crediting head athletic trainer Rick Burkholder and the guy he worked with every day—assistant trainer Evan Craft—for getting him right, explained. “The staff did a really good job and didn’t rush me back, and we got the strength and motion back, and now we’re back into it.

“I was itching to get on the field. The injury sucks, a lot of free time with nothing to do.”

With a handful of young guys in the defensive line room and the fact that fellow veterans Dontari Poe and Jaye Howard aren’t with the Chiefs anymore, Bailey understands what’s expected of him.

“I don’t think it’s about being vocal,” Bailey explained of his leadership style. “It’s a silent thing in there. Everybody knows what we have to do. We shouldn’t have to hoot and holler—especially at D-line. We already know our job and what we have to do to set the tone.

“If we aren’t setting the tone, things aren’t going to go very well.”

9.     The offensive line has plenty of continuity 

The Chiefs head to training camp with every offensive lineman who played even one snap last year, and that kind of continuity is a recipe for success.

 

Outside of the left guard position, which saw a rotation of players with Zach Fulton and Bryan Witzmann mixing in there during offseason workouts, and eventually Ehinger, who began last year as the starter but has yet to participate in offseason workouts because of the knee injury, the offensive line should be a strength in 2017.

“We might have the grand scheme of how to work with one another, now we’re working on tiny nuances of how to complement each other’s play,” center Mitch Morse explained.

10.  Reid sees an improved confidence in cornerback Terrance Mitchell, while Steve Nelson continues to shine

One of the top stories for the Chiefs last season, particularly at the end of the year, was the play of Mitchell, who ranked among the top players in the league at that position over the final few weeks of the regular season.

 

From Week 13 to the end of the year, Mitchell had five passes defensed, which ranked fifth in the league, and opposing quarterbacks completed just 45.5 percent (15 of 33) of passes thrown in his direction, which ranked 10th.

“He’s more confident than when he got here, even though he was pretty good then,” Reid explained of Mitchell. “He’s a very good athlete and he was sort of thrown in the fire last season and he did a pretty good job.

“Now, people have had an opportunity to study him, so we’ll find out. He understands that so we’ll work through the challenge.”

Mitchell’s performance at training camp will be something to watch.

One player who proved last year that he could be accountable to his teammates was third-year cornerback Steven Nelson, who led all defensive backs with 1,128 snaps played (including special teams).

Over the course of offseason workouts, Nelson has continued to shine for the Chiefs’ defense, consistently find his way around the ball.

Pre-Camp Reads: Toledo’s Leading Rusher, Kareem Hunt, Joins the Chiefs

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The Kansas City Chiefs traded up with the Minnesota Vikings on day two of this year’s NFL Draft to select Toledo’s Kareem Hunt in the third round with the 86th overall pick.

Hunt leaves Toledo as the school’s all-time leading rusher, totaling 4,945 yards rushing in his four years Custom Saints Jersey in the program.

Already in offseason workouts, his shiftiness and elusiveness have proven to be real, and that’s only complemented what he’s shown to running backs coach Eric Bieniemy in the classroom Customized San Diego Chargers Jersey.

“Kareem is a smart kid—his football IQ is very high,” Bieniemy explained. “He’s done a good job of retaining a lot of information, and trust me, we’ve been throwing the book at him because we want to challenge him and see exactly what will stick and what won’t stick. He’s done a heck of a job retaining information.”

NFL Network draft analyst Daniel Jeremiah had some kind words for Hunt during this year’s draft process.

“The vision and the balance that has, I think he’s one of the most instinctive players in this entire Customized New Orleans Saints Jersey draft class,” he said. “I think this guy is going to be an
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If that prediction comes true, the Chiefs will be lucky to have him for years to come.


Quotable:

 

Hunt on what skills he Customized New York Jets Jersey feels will fit well in Kansas City: “I feel like I can do a lot of things. I can catch the ball out of the backfield, I can run the ball, and I can stay in there and
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Hunt on improving his receiving skills his final year at Toledo: “It was one of the things I worked hard during the offseason to get to. I talked to my coaches at Toledo and told them I could get more involved in the receiving game. I felt I could get open and make people miss in open space.”


2017 Outlook:

Hunt begins his first NFL training camp inside a running back room with a lot
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It’s unclear at this point exactly how much action Hunt will see given it’s such a crowded room, but even if it’s not a lot, he’ll have some quality mentors to show him the league ropes in year one.

 

Pre-Camp Reads: Customized San Diego Chargers Jersey Eric Murray “Night and Day” Different from Last Year

Taking a closer look at the Chiefs’ second-year safety

In making the conversion from college cornerback over to NFL safety as a rookie, Kansas City Chiefs second-year player Eric Murray made his mark on special teams.

Along with fellow defensive back Daniel Sorensen, Murray, who was drafted in the fourth round (No. 106 overall) out of Minnesota last year, tied for the team-lead by playing 367 special teams snaps, which accounted for 82 percent of the overall special teams plays in 2016.

Playing for one of the league’s best special teams coaches in Dave Toub, Murray was a standout.

For his efforts, Murray was named an All-Pro special teamer by Pro Football Focus, which had this to say about his 2016 season.

“The term ‘special teams ace’ gets thrown around a lot, but we’re looking to grade more than simply a tally of special teams tackles. Eric Murray was a key part Custom Saints Jersey  of the Chiefs’ kickoff, kick return, punt coverage, and punt return units. He routinely made impressive blocks in the return game, and was often found beating blockers to force returners to change direction.”

Murray also Customized San Diego Chargers Jersey  logged 64 defensive snaps and had three tackles and a fumble recovery.

Quotable:

“Night and Customized New Orleans Saints Jersey day from last year,” assistant coach Al Harris said of Murray during OTAs this year. “We moved him from a college corner, now he’s a safety. He’s doing a great job. He’s going to be a really, really good player.”

“He’s probably our most consistent player right now,” special teams coordinator Dave Toub explained Customized New York Jets Jersey last year towards the end of the season of Murray. “He’s our point production leader and for a rookie to be able to play at that consistent level is special.”
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2017 Outlook:

Murray will look to make a similar jump as Sorensen as a player who excelled on special Custom Chargers Jersey teams early in his career and worked his way onto the defense. He’s part of one of the NFL’s best secondary units, and has plenty of talented veteran leaders to learn from, so expect a nice jump from Murray in 2017.

During OTAs and mandatory minicamp, Murray spent time as the deep safety with
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Chiefs Head Coach Andy Customized San Diego Chargers Jersey Reid Signs Contract Extension

The Kansas City Chiefs announced on Thursday that Head Coach Andy Reid has signed a contract extension with the club. Reid, entering his fifth season with the team, has led the Chiefs to a 43-21 record and three playoff appearances in four years.

“My family and I Custom Jets Jersey have been very pleased by the success the franchise has sustained over the last four seasons under Coach Reid,” Chiefs Chairman and CEO Clark Hunt said. “He has already established himself as one of the best coaches in the league, and he is well on his way to solidifying a place among the all-time greats. We are proud to have him leading our football team,
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Reid, entering his 19th season as an NFL head coach, owns Custom Chargers Jersey a career regular season record of 173-114 (.602). He’s won 184 total games including the playoffs, the second-most victories among active NFL head coaches (Bill Belichick – 260), and is 10th all-time in wins among head coaches in NFL history.

“I’d like to thank Clark and the entire Hunt family for the opportunity to continue my coaching career here in Kansas City,” Chiefs Head Coach Andy Reid said. “We’ve made quite a bit of progress over the last four seasons, but we are not done yet. We are going to continue to work towards our ultimate goal of winning championships. I’ve been blessed by the support of the community, our fans, the Hunt family and the entire Chiefs staff. I’m looking forward to the years ahead as the head coach of the Kansas City Chiefs.”

In 2016, the Chiefs finished 12-4, winning the AFC West and sweeping the division. KC earned the two-seed in the playoffs and a first-round bye. In 2015, Reid led the club to its first playoff win since 1993. Over the club’s last 26 games,
New Men’s Nike Customized San Diego Chargers Elite Alternate Powder Blue Football Jersey the Chiefs have won 22 times, the best record in the NFL over that time span. The club has won 11 consecutive AFC West Division games. In 2017, the Chiefs have six primetime contests including the NFL season opener at New England (Sept. 7).

Reid was hired as the club’s 13th head coach in franchise history on January 7, 2013. He joined the Chiefs after 14 seasons as Head Coach/Executive Vice President of Football Operations of the Philadelphia Eagles where he compiled a 130-93-1 (.583) regular season record. He added six division Customized New York Jets Jersey titles, five NFC Championship appearances and one Super Bowl appearance. In his coaching career, Reid’s teams have made the playoffs 19 times (20-17 record), and he has coached in three Super Bowls and eight NFC Championship Games. He owns three NFL Coach of the Year titles. Reid was originally introduced as the Custom Saints Jersey head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles on Jan. 11, 1999, after spending seven seasons as an assistant coach with the Green Bay Packers under Head Coach Mike Holmgren. During his seven years with the Packers, Reid served as the tight ends coach and assistant
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Prior to joining the NFL ranks, Reid’s final collegiate stop was in the Show-Me State as he coached the offensive line at the University of Missouri (1989-91). Prior to his stint with the Tigers, Reid spent two years working with the offensive line at the University of Texas – El Paso, and before that, he held the same position with Northern Arizona. In 1983, Reid took the position of offensive line coach and then offensive coordinator at San Francisco State, helping the Gators lead Customized New Orleans Saints Jersey the nation in passing and total offense for three consecutive years (1983-85).

A tackle and guard at Brigham Young University from 1979-81, Reid entered the
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By the Numbers: Custom Jets Jersey Tamba Hali

The career of the Chiefs’ linebacker examined Customized New York Jets Jersey through numbers

The Kansas City Chiefs selected Tamba Hali out of Penn State in the first round of the 2006 NFL Draft with their first-round pick at No. 20 overall. Since then, Hali has spent all 11 years of his career Customized New Orleans Saints Jersey in
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By finishing with 11.0 total sacks in 2013, became just the third player in franchise history to record at least three seasons with double-digit sack totals Custom Jets Jersey, joining LB Derrick Thomas (seven Custom Saints Jersey) and DE Neil Smith (four).

Hali has recorded 89.5 career sacks, second only to Thomas in franchise history. Hali’s 14.5 sacks in 2010 led the AFC.

Hali has recorded 33 career forced fumbles, which ranks second in team

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history, trailing only Thomas (45).

Hali was selected to the NFL’s Pro Bowl for five straight years— Custom Chargers Jersey from 2011 to 2015.

Hali has only missed four regular-season games since joining the club, starting 157 contests (107 games at outside linebacker and 50 contests at defensive end).
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