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Ditka in a Box:
Kansas City Chiefs
San Diego Chargers
Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets
Kent State Golden Flashes
Virginia Tech Hokies
NFL Networks Top 100 Players of 2013 is being released and the AFC West is getting some love with 7 players. So far 4 Kansas City Chiefs, 2 Denver Broncos and 1 San Diego Charger has been selected by fellow NFL players. Follow this post to keep up to date on any new AFC West players to be added to the list!
#49 Justin Houston
#50 LB - 6′ 3″ – 258 lbs - Kansas City Chiefs
Born: Jan 12, 1989 in Chico, CA (Age: 24)
Drafted 2011: 3rd Rnd, 70th by KC
Experience: 3 years
#53 Champ Bailey
#24 CB – 6′ 0″ – 192 lbs – Denver Broncos
Born: Jun 22, 1978 in Folkston, GA (Age: 34)
Drafted 1999: 1st Rnd, 7th by WSH
Experience: 15 years
#59 Derrick Johnson
#56 LB – 6′ 3″ – 242 lbs – Kansas City Chiefs
Born: Nov 22, 1982 in Waco, TX (Age: 30)
Drafted 2005: 1st Rnd, 15th by KC
Experience: 9 years
#65 Dwayne Bowe
#82 WR – 6′ 2″ – 221 lbs – Kansas City Chiefs
Born: Sep 21, 1984 in Miami, FL (Age: 28)
Drafted 2007: 1st Rnd, 23rd by KC
Experience: 7 years
#68 Demaryius Thomas
#88 WR – 6′ 3″ – 229 lbs – Denver Broncos
Born: Dec 25, 1987 in Montrose, GA (Age: 25)
Drafted 2010: 1st Rnd, 22nd by DEN
Experience: 4 years
College: Georgia Tech
#73 Antonio Gates
#85 TE – 6′ 4″ – 255 lbs – San Diego Chargers
Born: Jun 18, 1980 in Detroit, MI (Age: 32)
Experience: 11 years
College: Kent State
#75 Brandon Flowers
#24 CB – 5′ 9″ – 187 lbs – Kansas City Chiefs
Born: Feb 18, 1986 in Delray Beach, FL (Age: 27)
Drafted 2008: 2nd Rnd, 35th by KC
Experience: 6 years
College: Virginia Tech
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