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43. Henry Marshall

Henry Marshall played all twelve of his National Football League seasons with the Kansas City Chiefs and while you won’t be dazzled with gaudy statistics or top-ten finishes and Pro Bowls you will see strong consistency and durability.

A Third Round pick from the University of Missouri, Marshall would catch 416 passes for 6,545 Yards for 33 Touchdowns.  These aren’t bad numbers for his era (1976-87) and often he was the top Wide Receiver for Kansas City.  Granted, Marshall was only on two KC teams that finished over .500.

The Bullet Points

  • Position: Running Back
  • Acquired: Selected in the 3rd Round 79th Overall in the NFL Draft 4/8/76.
  • Departed: Retired after the 1987 Season.
  • Games Played: 165
  • Notable Statistics:

    135 Games Started
    416 Receptions
    6,545 Receiving Yards
    33 Receiving Touchdowns
    24 Rushing Attempts
    257 Rushing Yards
    2 Rushing Touchdowns
    0 Pass Completions
    3 Pass Attempts
    1 Interception
    1 Kick Return
    0 Kick Return Yards
    68 Approximate Value

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