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  • Bobby Bell is referred to as a football player. But Bobby Bell was not a football player. Bobby Bell was a man who played football. Football is what he did and not what he was. He was blessed with outstanding skill and ability and I think he was probably the most versatile player I have ever been associated with and without a doubt, the greatest outside linebacker that ever played the game.

    - Hank Stram at Bells

    Hall of Fame Induction

    Nobody plays linebacker like Bobby Bell,

    said Chargers Hall of Fame head coach Sid

    Gillman. Supremely talented and extremely

    versatile, Bell excelled everywhere on the

    field. He played halfback and quarterback in

    high school, was an All-America defensive

    tackle in college at the University of

    Minnesota and played at defensive end

    during his first two years with the Chiefs. For

    good measure, he also served as the clubs

    long snapper on punts and placements. But

    it was when head coach Hank Stram moved

    him to left outside linebacker in 65 that Bell

    found the position ideally suited for his

    immense talents. As fast as most running

    backs of his era, he was a potent pass

    rusher coming off the edge, an adept

    defender in pass coverage and a

    devastating open-field tackler. Bell went on

    to become a six-time All-Pro and played in

    the last six AFL All-Star Games, as well as the

    first three Pro Bowls. The first Chiefs player

    inducted in the Pro Football Hall of Fame,

    Bell was also a member of the All-Time AFL

    Team. DT Buck Buchanan said it best: This

    guy is the best all-around football player I

    ever saw.


  • 1672009 Kansas City Chiefs Media Guide JACKSON


    JACKSON 6-4 296 Born: 6/6/86 New Orleans, LAAcq: D1-09 3rd Overall Selection Louisiana State DE

    College: Talented defensive end joined the Chiefs as the clubs first-round pick (third overall) in the 2009 NFL Draft ... Joins WR Dwayne Bowe (D1-07) and DT Glenn Dorsey (D1a-08) as the third consecutive player from LSU drafted in the first round by Kansas City, marking the first time in the era of the common draft that a team has selected three consecutive number one picks from the same school ... Became the highest drafted defensive player selected in LSU history ... Played in 53 games with 39 starts at left defensive end for the Tigers ... Produced 122 tackles (55 solo), 27.0 tackles for loss, 18.5 sacks (-92.0 yards), 33 QB pressures, two fumble recoveries, two forced fumbles and 18 passes defensed.

    2008: Started all 13 games ... Had 36 tackles (17 solo), 10.5 tackles for loss, 4.5 sacks (-27.0 solo), seven QB pressures, four passes defensed and a fumble recovery ... Earned second-team All-Southeastern Conference accolades ... Tallied four tackles, 1.5 stops for loss, half of a sack and four QB pressures vs. Auburn ... Notched a season-high five tackles vs. Mississippi State ... Posted three tackles, 2.0 sacks and recovered a fumble vs. Florida ... Registered 2.0 sacks vs. South Carolina ... Added four tackles vs. Mississippi.

    2007: Started all 14 games ... Tallied 36 tackles (17 solo), 4.5 stops for loss, 3.5 sacks (-20.0 yards), 15 QB pressres, 10 passes defensed and forced a fumble ... Had four tackles and two QB pressures vs. Florida ... Produced a career-high eight tackles in triple overtime vs. Kentucky ... Posted four tackles and two QB pressures vs. Auburn ... Recorded 2.0 sacks and three passes defensed vs. Alabama ... Compiled a sack and forced a fumble in the BCS National Championship Game vs. Ohio State.

    2006: Appeared in 13 games, starting 12 contests at left defensive end ... Registered 37 tackles (13 solo), 10.0 tackles for loss and a team-high 8.5 sacks (-39.0 yards) ... Added six QB pressures, four passes defensed, one forced fumble, a fumble recovery and one interception ... Named second-team All-SEC ... Intercepted a pass vs. Kentucky ... Produced four tackles, a sack and two passes defensed vs. Alabama to earn SEC Defensive Lineman of the Week accolades.

    2005: Saw action in 13 games ... Produced 13 tackles (eight solo) with 2.0 sacks (-6.0 yards) and five QB pressures ... Earned Freshman All-SEC accolades by The Sporting News.

    2004: Redshirted as a true freshman ... Graduated with a degree in General Studies at LSU.

    High School: A two-way lineman at West St. John High School in Edgard, Louisiana ... Named Class 2A Defensive Player of the Year as a senior when he recorded 84 tackles, 16.0 sacks and 17 QB pressures ... Led his team to the state championship ... Named all-district and all-parish ... Also lettered in basketball.

    Personal: Full name: Anthony Tyson Jackson. Single.

    Jackson and Chiefs 2008 first-round pick, DT Glenn Dorsey, were roommates at LSU.

    JACKSONS COLLEGE STATISTICS TACKLES SACKS FUMBLES INTS PASSES QBYear Team G-S Solos Asst. Total No./Yds. Rec. For. No./Yds. Defensed Pressures2005 LSU 13-0 8 5 13 2.0/6.0 0 0 0/0 0 52006 LSU 13-12 13 24 37 8.5/39.0 1 1 1/0 4 62007 LSU 14-14 17 19 36 3.5/20.0 0 1 0/0 10 152008 LSU 13-13 17 19 36 4.5/27.0 1 0 0/0 4 7 Totals 53-39 55 67 122 18.5/92.0 2 2 1/0 18 33

  • 168 2009 Kansas City Chiefs Media Guide 1692009 Kansas City Chiefs Media Guide WASHINGTONMAGEE


    MAGEE 6-3 298 Born: 4/28/87 Oswego, ILAcq: D3-09 67th Overall Selection Purdue DE

    College: Explosive defensive lineman joined the Chiefs as the clubs third-round selection (67th overall) in the 2009 NFL Draft ... Displayed his team-first mentality during his senior campaign when he volunteered to move to defensive end from his natural defensive tackle post after injuries depleted Purdues lineup ... Has versatility to play a variety of different positions and techniques along the defensive front ... Appeared in 50 games (33 starts) at Purdue, finishing his collegiate career with 117 tackles (68 solo), 14.0 tackles for loss and 6.0 sacks (-36.0 yards) ... Added an INT, two passes defensed, three forced fumbles and four fumble recoveries.

    2008: Played in 12 games (11 starts) ... Recorded 28 tackles (14 solo), 6.0 tackles for loss, a career-high 3.5 sacks (-18.0 yards), a forced fumble and a fumble recovery ... Logged two tackles, a tackle behind the line, forced a fumble and added a QB pressure that resulted in a Red Zone interception vs. Oregon ... Posted two tackles, 1.5 tackles for loss and a sack vs. Central Michigan ... Tallied five tackles, including 2.5 tackles for loss and a career-high 1.5 sacks vs. Minnesota ... Recovered a fumble in the season finale vs. Indiana.

    2007: Started all 13 contests, totaling 38 tackles (24 solo), 4.5 tackles for loss, two passes defensed, a forced fumble and two fumble recoveries ... Also added two blocked kicks on special teams ... Tallied four tackles, 0.5 tackles for loss and a fumble recovery at Minnesota ... Totaled two tackles, a pass defensed and blocked a field goal vs. Notre Dame ... Recorded a career-high seven tackles at Michigan ... Posted five solo stops and a pass defensed vs. Iowa ... Had six tackles at Penn State ... Notched two tackles and blocked a field goal attempt vs. Michigan

    State ... Registered five tackles, 3.0 tackles for loss and recovered a fumble at Indiana.

    2006: Played in all 14 games (seven starts) ... Registered 33 tackles (20 solo), 2.5 sacks (-18.0 yards), an INT, a forced fumble, a fumble recovery and a blocked kick ... Recorded four tackles with one for a loss, a sack and blocked a field goal vs. Minnesota ... Posted a season-high five tackles and half a sack at Notre Dame ... Totaled three tackles, an INT, one forced fumble and recovered a fumble in the end zone for a TD at Illinois.

    2005: Appeared in all 11 games (two starts) ... Had 18 tackles (10 solo) and a tackle for loss ... Posted a season-high four tackles, including one for loss in his first collegiate start at Wisconsin ... Majored in Law and Society at Purdue.

    High School: A two-time first-team all-state selection at Oswego High School in Oswego, Illinois ... Earned conference Player of the Year honors as a senior after posting 11.0 tackles for loss and 8.0 sacks.

    Personal: Full name: Arcilla Alexander Magee. Single.

    Magee aspires to work for the FBI or the Drug Enforcement Administration following his

    football career.

    MAGEES COLLEGE STATISTICS TACKLES SACKS FUMBLES INTS PASSES QBYear Team G-S Solos Asst. Total No./Yds. Rec. For. No./Yds. Defensed Pressures2005 Purdue 11-2 10 8 18 0.0/0.0 0 0 0/0 0 --2006 Purdue 14-7 20 13 33 2.5/18.0 1 1 1/0 0 --2007 Purdue 13-13 24 14 38 0.0/0.0 2 1 0/0 2 --2008 Purdue 12-11 14 14 28 3.5/18.0 1 1 0/0 0 -- Totals 50-33 68 49 117 6.0/36.0 4 3 1/0 2 --


    WASHINGTON 6-1 197 Born: 7/28/86 Indianapolis, INAcq: D4-09 102nd Overall Selection Ohio State CB

    College: Athletically gifted cornerback joined the Chiefs as the clubs fourth-round pick (102nd overall) in the 2009 NFL Draft ... Is adept at working against slot receivers and could contribute in nickel and dime situations in addition to working on special teams ... Appeared in a pair of BCS National Championship Games with Ohio State, seeing duty vs. Florida in 2006 and vs. LSU in 2007 ... Saw action in 37 games (24 starts) ... Recorded 102 tackles (75 solo), 3.0 tackles for loss, a sack (-3.0 yards), two interceptions for 104 yards with a TD and six passes defensed ... Also forced two fumbles and recovered three fumbles that he returned for a total of 100 yards ... Entered the draft with a year of eligibility remaining.

    2008: Played in 11 games (two starts) ... Tallied 22 tackles (18 solo), an interception, two passes defensed and one fumble recovery ... Had a 34-yard