LT Roaf feted during Cheifs' halftime ceremony
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Willie Roaf, chosen for the Pro Bowl all four years he played left tackle in Kansas City, was honored during halftime Sunday of the Chiefs game against San Diego.
Roaf, who retired after the 2005 season, came to Kansas City from New Orleans for a conditional draft choice in 2002 in one of the best deals the Chiefs ever made.
During Roaf's time, Kansas City led the NFL with 24,797 yards and 228 touchdowns. While with the Saints, Roaf was named to the All-Decade team ...
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