1999: Lloyd Burruss | Chiefs Hall of Honor | Kansas City Chiefs - Chiefs.com
1999 | Lloyd Burruss | Safety
Burruss is the only Chief to ever be the Mack Lee Hill Award winner ('81), the team's MVP ('85) and a member of the Chiefs Hall of Fame . . . Was one of the premier strong safeties in the NFL throughout the '80s . . . During that decade, he averaged 63 tackles per season, while recording 20 interceptions and scored five touchdowns . . . Gained league-wide recognition in '86 with his only Pro Bowl berth . . . Was Kansas City's starting strong safety from '81-88 . . . Returned four of his 22 interceptions for a touchdown . . . Only Bobby Bell (six), Emmitt Thomas (five) and Jim Kearney (five) have returned more interceptions for scores in Kansas City history . . . Owns team record for interception return yardage (115) in a game . . . Is co-holder of NFL and team records for interceptions returned for a touchdown in a game with two (KC's Jim Kearney and 19 others share league mark) . . . Extremely productive player produced 628 tackles, 22 interceptions, seven fumble recoveries and 3.5 sacks in 145 career games (103 starts) . . . Was a four-year starter at the University of Maryland, where he earned a general studies degree . . . Wore jersey number 34 . . . Born October 31, 1957, in Charlottesville, Virginia.
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