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Kansas City Chiefs Hall of Fame player Will Shields shows his Hall of Fame ring after receiving it in a halftime presentation during Sunday’s football game against the Buffalo Bills on Nov. 29, 2015 at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Mo. The Chiefs won 30-22. (John Sleezer/Kansas City Star/TNS via Getty Images)

62. Will Shields gets inducted into Pro Football Hall of Fame (2015)

In 1993, Will Shields was selected by the Kansas City Chiefs. Shields was taken in the third round of the NFL Draft that year and became a Hall of Famer, making 12 straight Pro Bowl appearances.

Shields was a mammoth of a man standing at 6-feet-3 inches and weighing in at 320 pounds, Shields was both a great player and a great human being. In the 90s and the early 2000s it seemed that whoever was passing for the Chiefs would have enough time to sit in a lawn chair before letting fly.

Shields played 224 games for the Chiefs before he retired in 2006. All 14 of his seasons played were with Kansas City. He is a member of the 2000s All-Decade team and is part of the Chiefs 40th Anniversary Team. Shields was crucial in 2003 when he helped Priest Holmes set the single-season record of 27 rushing touchdowns, which has since been broken.

Shields was part of some of the greatest offenses in Chiefs history. During the 2002 and 2003 seasons the Chiefs scored the most points in the NFL. There has never been a better guard in the history of the Chiefs.

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