Rookie linebacker Dee Ford (right) was drafted out of Auburn to add even more speed to the Chiefs’ pass rush. He’s shown that burst during camp against players such as guard Jeffrey Linkenbach.
Rookie linebacker Dee Ford (right) was drafted out of Auburn to add even more speed to the Chiefs’ pass rush. He’s shown that burst during camp against players such as guard Jeffrey Linkenbach. David Eulitt The Kansas City Star
Rookie linebacker Dee Ford (right) was drafted out of Auburn to add even more speed to the Chiefs’ pass rush. He’s shown that burst during camp against players such as guard Jeffrey Linkenbach. David Eulitt The Kansas City Star

Family powers Kansas City Chiefs’ Dee Ford, who doubles as a dynamite pass rusher and renaissance man

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