1998: Art Still | Chiefs Hall of Honor | Kansas City Chiefs - Chiefs.com
1998 | Art Still | Defensive End
Still was a force against the run as well as an unstoppable pass rusher . . . Was a four-time Pro Bowl selection, following the 1980-82 and 1984 seasons . . . Named the Chiefs Most Valuable Player twice (1980 and 1984) . . . Is third on the Chiefs all-time sack list with 72.5 . . . Also made 992 tackles and 11 fumble recoveries . . . Led team in sacks on six occasions and topped the team's tackle chart three times . . . Had two seasons (1980 and 1984) with 14.5 sacks . . . Was the second overall player taken in the 1978 NFL Draft (Houston Oilers running back Earl Campbell was the first) . . . Was traded to the Buffalo Bills in 1988 and played with that club for two seasons . . . Was the Southeastern Conference Player of the Year as a senior at the University of Kentucky . . . Wore jersey number 67 . . . Born December 5, 1955, in Camden, New Jersey.
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