Since we've been talking about what the Chiefs should do in the draft, I figured it was only appropriate that we follow up on one of the biggest, if not the biggest, Chiefs draft bust of all time- offensive tackle Trezelle Jenkins. Drafted 31st overall by the Chiefs in 1995, Jenkins only played 9 games in 3 seasons for the Chiefs, before going on to become an even bigger bust with the Saints and Vikings. Jenkins was even drafted by the San Francisco Demons in the XFL draft but was apparently too into his next venture to make the team.
Today, Trezelle Jenkins and his wife own a Harold's Chicken Shack franchise outside of Detroit. And I'm pretty sure he is in the University of Detroit Mercy Business Admin program. At least I hope that picture is of him.
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What will an autographed Trezelle Jenkins rookie card run you on eBay? $1.86.
Basically this guy was one of the worst draft picks of all time. Nothing else to say.