Kevin Ross, one of the best cornerbacks in the history of the Kansas City Chiefs franchise, will be remembered forever for his time in Kansas City as owner Clark Hunt announced Ross was headed to the Chiefs Hall of Fame. Ross and Albert Lewis teamed together during the Marty Schottenheimer days and the Chiefs had one of the best defenses in th league.
They were fast. They were tough. And they got results. Ross was at the center of it all going to two Pro Bowls and playing in Kansas City from 1984-1993 in his 14-year football career.
Clark Hunt said in the announcement:
"Kevin went from an unknown seventh-round pick to one of the top performers in the defensive backfield in the NFL during his tenure. He had a true appreciation for the game and we are excited to welcome him into the Chiefs Hall of Fame."
Seventh round pick to Chiefs Hall of Famer -- that's value.
Ross has now turned over to the darkside and works with the Oakland Raiders as defensive backs coach.