KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Former defensive back Kevin Ross, a seventh-round draft pick who went on to become a two-time Pro Bowler in 11 seasons with Kansas City, is this year’s inductee into the Chiefs Hall of Fame.
Chiefs chairman and CEO Clark Hunt made the announcement Thursday. Ross will be honored at a banquet Saturday and enshrined as the 41st member of the team Hall of Fame during a game this fall.
Ross played for Kansas City from 1984 through 1993 and again in 1997, making 144 starts in 155 regular-season games.
His regular-season record includes 826 tackles, 620 solo. He had 30 interceptions for 551 yards and scored five touchdowns. Ross also racked up 44 tackles in eight postseason starts.
This past season he was an assistant coach for the Oakland Raiders.