Will Shields, offensive lineman
Dustin Colquitt's franchise leading total of 238 games is an eye-popping total, but we feel justified in saying that Will Shield's total of 224 games played is even more impressive given that Shields was in the trenches for every single one of those games.
Shields joined the Chiefs as a third-round pick in the 1993 NFL Draft and started 15 games in his first season in the league. From there, he would hold onto the starting right guard spot for 224 total games across 14 seasons.
During the first half of his career, the Chiefs leaned overwhelmingly on Shields as an anchor for the entire line while starting some questionable talent at tackle. Later in his career, he settled in as just one of multiple elite performers—along with Willie Roaf and Brian Waters—to form one of the most celebrated offensive lines of his generation.
Shields would make the Pro Bowl during his third season and never again missed the NFL's All-Star exhibition until he decided to leave the game altogether—12 total Pro Bowl appearances. He was also the winner of the coveted Walter Payton Man of the Year Award in 2003. Shield's truly remarkable career was celebrated with induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2015.