Chiefs Defensive Line Picks 2001-2010

Year

Rn

Pick

P

Name

College

Notes
2009

1

3

DE

Tyson Jackson

LSU

28 games in 2 years; 58t, 1s.
 

3

67

DE

Alex Magee

Purdue

Trade to TBay 10/19/10; 17 g.
2008

1

5

DT

Glenn Dorsey

LSU

47 games in 3 years; 46 starts, 155t, 4s.
 

7

210

DE

Brian Johnston

Gardner-Webb

Released 5/27/09; 9 games.
2007

2

54

DE

Turk McBride

Tennessee

Released 9/15/09; on Det. roster; 25g
 

3

82

DT

Tank Tyler

N.C. State

Traded to Carolina 10/20/09; 36g.
2006

1

20

DE

Tamba Hali

Penn State

79 starts in 5 years; moved to OLB; 41.5s
2005

6

199

DE

Khari Long

Baylor

Released 11/24/05; 1g.
2004

2

36

DT

Junior Siavii

Oregon

Released 9/2/06; 26g; w/Seattle in’10.
 

4

126

DE

Jared Allen

Idaho State

Traded 4/23/08 to Min.; 5y, 61g, 30s.
2003

6

189

DE

Jimmy Wilkerson

Oklahoma

UFA signee TBay ’08; 5y, 72g, 94t, 1s.
 

7

230

DT

Montique Sharpe

Wake Forest

Released 9/3/03; 1season, 5g.
2002

1

5

DT

Ryan Sims

UNC

Traded 5/1/07; 59g, 74t, 5s.
 

2

43

DT

Eddie Freeman

UAB

Released 9/04; 20g, 15t, 4s.
2001

3

75

DT

Eric Downing

Syracuse

Released 9/5/04; 42g, 30t, 2s.
 

7

243

DT

Terdell Sands

UT-Chattan.

Released 9/7/02; 0g.

Players in red, still with Chiefs. s-seasons, g-games, t-tackles, s-sacks.

That’s 16 draft choices on the defensive line in 10 Drafts; 3 remain with the team; 8 were released; 4 were traded; 1 left as UFA. On average they played 33 games in a Chiefs uniform.


One Response to “Chiefs Defensive Line Picks 2001-2010”

  • April 15, 2011  - Howard says:

    WOW! That list,is horrendous……I count 2 out of 16 that are very good, Tamba and Jared, with Glenn getting better every year….Jury still out on T-Jac. But still, even then thats just 25% success rate over 9 years. This is why we are continually looking at D-line year after year, and it really does take away from being able to build a team that can compete when you miss on so many evaluations, and have to re-draft the same position over and over again. This is not something that teams like the Patriots and Steelers have to deal with, and we all understand that those are the models that Clark wants his team to emulate. I’m sure that Scott, Todd and Clark are all aware of this, and will work tirelessly to correct this….WE NEED A NOSE!
    Go CHIEFS!!!!




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