After teaming for years with Albert Lewis, Deron Cherry and Lloyd Burruss to create a dominant secondary, former Kansas City Chiefs cornerback Kevin Ross was the final member of that quartet to be inducted into the Chiefs Hall of Fame last night in a ceremony that featured a packed house of Chiefs staff, players and coaches. Ross played for KC for 11 total seasons and had 30 interceptions and 827 tackles. Read Josh Looney’s great story here at the Chiefs main page.
Kevin Ross Inducted Into Kansas City Chiefs Hall Of Fame
By Matt Conner