The Kansas City Chiefs cemented the legendary status of former guard Will Shields today by announcing him as the newest inductee into the Chiefs Hall of Fame.
Shields is arguable the greatest interior offensive lineman in the history of the NFL. He played every single game of his career with the Chiefs from 1993 to 2006. Shields was a 12-time Pro Bowler, nine-time All Pro, winner of the Ed Block Courage Award, Walter Payton Man of the Year Award, Consensus All-American, Outland Trophy winner and oh yeah, he’s a member of the NFL All-Decade team. Shileds played in 224 NFL games.
He started 223 of them.
Congratulations to, for my money, the greatest Chief of them all.