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KANSAS CITY, MO – NOVEMBER 28: Offensive tackle Willie Roaf #77 of the Kansas City Chiefs blocks against the San Diego Chargers at Arrowhead Stadium on November 28, 2004 in Kansas City, Missouri. The Chargers defeated the Chiefs 34-31. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

70. Chiefs trade for Willie Roaf (2002)

General manager Carl Peterson made a ton of shrewd moves during his two decades with the Kansas City Chiefs, but perhaps none were more lopsided than this. In the 2002 offseason, the New Orleans Saints decided that left tackle Willie Roaf was done after he sustained a season-ending injury in 2001. With that in mind, the Saints dealt the future Hall of Fame offensive lineman to the Chiefs for … a conditional draft pick.

Roaf would go on to play four years with the Chiefs and made the Pro Bowl each time. The Arkansas native was part of a tremendous line that included fellow Hall of Famer Will Shields and Brian Waters, who also might wind up in Canton. Roaf made the Pro Bowl 11 times and was named a First-Team All-Pro on six occasions. Roaf gave quarterback Trent Green ample blindside protection for those four seasons, helping Kansas City win an AFC West title in 2003.

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