NFL Draft 2010: Eric Berry Brings It All to The Table For the Kansas City Chiefs

April 27, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

There seems to be a significant buzz heading into the 2010 NFL season for the Kansas Chiefs. The man responsible for that buzz is former Tennessee safety Eric Berry.
Kansas City picked Berry at #5 overall with their 1st pick in the 2010 NFL Draft last Thursday night. Not only was it a great pick, it could end up being on of the best picks ever in the history of the franchise.
The Chiefs will be getting so much more than a great football player in Berry. They will also be getting an excellent person of high character, who gives his all every practice, every game, and also in every aspect of his life.
Lets run through the resume of Mr. Berry real quick. He was the Georgia High School player of the year in 2006 and also a 3-time All-American in his time at Tennessee, not to mention he was named a Unanimous All-American for two of those years.
He picked off 14 passes in college, and is also second all-time with 492 interception return yards for a career. And oh by the ...

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