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May 26, 2014 4:16 PM

Chiefs’ rookie Albert Wilson gives team big-play possibilities

Chiefs rookie wide receiver Albert Wilson began his college career at Georgia State, an urban school that at the time didn’t own a helmet, a football, a locker room or a practice field. Four years later, in its first season as a full-fledged Division I FBS member, Georgia State went 0-12. But in between the start-up of the Georgia State program in Atlanta and the completion of Wilson’s career, he became one of the most prolific playmakers in college football history.

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