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The Greatest Kansas City Chiefs, By the Numbers: #29


And we take time out of busy training camp posting schedule this morning to bring you the 29th installment of the Greatest Kansas City Chiefs by the Numbers. That doesn't mean the camp coverage stops, of course.

Consider these posts to be your respite from the flurry of training camp news throughout the day. The Chiefs take the field around 2 PM today and go until about 4 PM. Joel will have the info for you on that practice around that time, as well as more posts throughout the day.

If you're new around here, make sure you check out the full list of who's been voted a Greatest Chief by the AP community.

RB Dantrell Savage is the current Chief to wear #29 and he's just hoping to make the final 53-man (or the practice squad) roster.

Let's see who else wore #29 for the Chiefs.

  • S Jason Belser (2001-2002)
  • CB Albert Lewis (1983-93)
  • CB Mark McMillian (1997-98)
  • S Clyde Powers (1978)
  • S Brian Washington (1995-96)
  • S Robert Williams (1998-99)

Only one of these guys deserves your vote. Click Continue Reading to learn more...

S Jason Belser (2001-2002)



Coming out of Raytown, MO, Belser was an 8th round pick by the Colts in 1992. After a long career in Indy, Belser finished his final two NFL seasons in KC. He played in eight games and made one interception.

CB Albert Lewis (1983-93)



Now we're talking CHIEFS!

A third round pick in 1983 by the Chiefs, Lewis would play eleven productive years in KC before heading to Oakland. He played in 150 games for the Chiefs, starting 128 of those. He also amassed 4.5 sacks an 38 INTs over that time as well.

Lewis made the Pro Bowl from 1987 to 1990, going All-Pro in 1989 and 1990.

On March 4th, 2007, Albert Lewis was inducted into the Kansas City Chiefs Hall of Fame.

CB Mark McMillian (1997-98)



Hey it's Might Mouse! He's like, little and stuff. Let's pay attention to him.

And that about sums up my feelings towards 5'7" Mark "Might Mouse" McMillian. He actually had a great 1997 season, snagging 8 INTs for the Chiefs. He grabbed three more INTs in '98 before heading to the Redskins and 49ers to finish his career.

S Clyde Powers (1978)

Powers played four seasons for the Giants after being selected by them in the fifth round of the '74 NFL draft. He played his final season in KC, playing in one game.

S Brian Washington (1995-96)

Washington is another member of the secondary on this list who finished a long career in KC after playing elsewhere. Washington played six seasons for the Jets and Browns before finishing his career in KC. He had three INTs in both seasons for the Chiefs and started in 30 games.

S Robert Williams (1998-99)

A fifth round pick by the Chiefs out of UNC, Williams started one game his rookie season before heading to Seattle in the 1999 season. He was finished in the NFL after the '99 season.


Who is the greatest Chief to wear #29?

Read more about the Greatest Chiefs:

#1 - QB Warren Moon

#2 - P Dustin Colquitt

#3 - K Jan Stenerud

#4 - P Nick Murphy

#5 - P Louie Aguiar

#6 - RB Warren McVea

#7 - QB Ron Jaworski

#8 - K Nick Lowery

#9 - QB Bill Kenney

#10 - QB Trent Green

#11 - QB Elvis Grbac

#12 - QB Rich Gannon

#13 - QB Steve Bono

#14 - RB Ed Podolak

#15 - QB Todd Collins

#16 - QB Len Dawson

#17 - QB Steve Deberg

#18 - CB Emmitt Thomas

#19 - QB Joe Montana

#20 - S Deron Cherry

#21 - S Jerome Woods

#22 - DB Willie Mitchell

#23 - RB Barry Word

#24 - CB Jayice Pearson

#25 - S Greg Wesley

#26 - S Gary Barbaro

#27 - RB Larry Johnson

#28 - RB Abner Haynes

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