Chiefs safety Jerron McMillian is easily identifiable by the dreadlocks that drape from his helmet, reaching halfway down his back, but he also can be easily found in the Chiefs’ secondary, often working with the first team as the sixth defensive back in the dime defense.
Chiefs safety Jerron McMillian is easily identifiable by the dreadlocks that drape from his helmet, reaching halfway down his back, but he also can be easily found in the Chiefs’ secondary, often working with the first team as the sixth defensive back in the dime defense. David Eulitt The Kansas City Star
Chiefs safety Jerron McMillian is easily identifiable by the dreadlocks that drape from his helmet, reaching halfway down his back, but he also can be easily found in the Chiefs’ secondary, often working with the first team as the sixth defensive back in the dime defense. David Eulitt The Kansas City Star

Chiefs safety Jerron McMillian is the hair apparent in the secondary

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