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Kansas City Chiefs 1979 Drafted Players

The Kansas City Chiefs drafted 15 players in the 1979 NFL draft. Of the 15 players selected 4 played offense and 4 played defense. The players drafted were Mike Bell a DL drafted in round 1 out of Colorado State, Steve Fuller a QB drafted in round 1 out of Clemson, Frank Manumaleuga a LB drafted in round 4 out of San Jose State, Earl Gant a RB drafted in round 5 out of Missouri, Robert Gaines drafted in round 6 out of Washington, Ken Kremer a DL drafted in round 7 out of Ball State, Mike Williams a TE drafted in round 8 out of New Mexico, Robert Brewer drafted in round 8 out of Temple, James Folston drafted in round 9 out of Cameron, Joe Robinson drafted in round 9 out of Ohio State, Mike DuPree drafted in round 10 out of Florida, Gerald Jackson a DB drafted in round 10 out of Mississippi State, Larry Willis drafted in round 10 out of Alcorn State, Stan Rome a WR drafted in round 11 out of Clemson and Michael Forrest drafted in round 12 out of Arkansas. View all of the players selected in the 1979 Chiefs NFL Draft.
1979 Kansas City Chiefs Draft Picks
Round Selection Player Position College
1 2   Mike Bell DL   Colorado State
1 23   Steve Fuller QB   Clemson
4 85   Frank Manumaleuga LB   San Jose State
5 112   Earl Gant RB   Missouri
6 140   Robert Gaines   Washington
7 167   Ken Kremer DL   Ball State
8 195   Mike Williams TE   New Mexico
8 218   Robert Brewer   Temple
9 222   James Folston   Cameron
9 229   Joe Robinson   Ohio State
10 251   Mike DuPree   Florida
10 260   Gerald Jackson DB   Mississippi State
10 268   Larry Willis   Alcorn State
11 277   Stan Rome WR   Clemson
12 305   Michael Forrest   Arkansas
 
 
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