1972: Jerry Mays | Chiefs Hall of Honor | Kansas City Chiefs - Chiefs.com
1972 | Jerry Mays | Defensive End
Mays was a force on the Chiefs vaunted defensive line for 10 years . . . Named to the all-time AFL team by the Pro Football Hall of Fame . . . Was selected to play in the AFL All-Star game six times, following the 1962 and 1964-68 seasons . . . Played in 140 games with the Chiefs after joining the club as a fifth-round pick of the Dallas Texans in the 1961 AFL Draft . . . Was a starter at left defensive end on the Chiefs Super Bowl IV championship team . . . Broke into pro football as an offensive tackle and made the All-AFL team twice at that position before switching to defense . . . Wore number 75 . . . Was a college standout at SMU . . . Born November 24, 1939 in Dallas, Texas, and died on July 17, 1994 in Lake Lewisville, Texas.
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