Kansas City Chiefs: 2010 NFL Draft Revisited

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With the 2014 NFL Draft just a few weeks away, it’s interesting to go back and review past NFL drafts. In 2010, the Kansas City Chiefs selected seven players in the draft. Sadly, only one of these seven players is still on the Chiefs’ roster.

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Kansas City owned the fifth overall pick in 2010 and they selected safety Eric Berry out of Tennessee. It was an exciting pick and there was a lot of potential for Berry. Berry has definitely lived up to the hype. His rookie season was very impressive, as he recorded 72 tackles, four interceptions (one for a touchdown), and two sacks.

Berry’s sophomore season was a disappointment to say the least. He was injured in the season opener and was out for the rest of the season. 2012 wasn’t the best season for Berry, but he still was elected to the Pro Bowl.

In 2013, Eric Berry reverted back to his rookie days and recorded 73 tackles, three interceptions (two returned for touchdowns), three and a half sacks, and two forced fumbles, which he recovered both of.

Eric Berry has been a huge part of Kansas City’s defense and hopefully will continue to make big plays for the team.

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