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Top 5 Draft Busts Since 1990


5. Sylvester Morris: First round 2000 Drafted out of Jackson State had a successful rookie season going for 678 yards and 3 touchdowns. After his rookie season injured his knee and never played football professionally again. The Chiefs search for a true # 1 receiver would continue for several seasons.

4.Junior Siavii: Second round 2004 Taken to correct the Ryan Sims mistake Junior only compounded the problem. His second round status was questioned by the experts from the beginning. Over matched in his two seasons in Kansas City. When Herm came to town he cut him loose. Out of football for two seasons resurfaced on the Dallas Cowboy?s practice squad this year.

3 Percy Snow: First round 1990 If you watched Hard Knocks last season you might have noticed people traveling on bicycles across the campus of River Falls Wisconsin University. Percy is the reason for that. His second season was cut short when he injured himself in a moped accident missing his entire second season never regained his form and was eventually cut loose by the Chiefs.

2:Trezelle Jenkins:
First round 1995 Nick named The House coming out of college played in only 9 games in 3 seasons for the Chiefs. Never showing any signs of hope. In 2000 was drafted by the San Francisco Demons of the XFL but failed to make the team. Now runs a Harolds Chicken Shack in Detroit.

1:Ryan Sims:
First round 2002 Never made any kind of impact what so ever. Was supposed to be the anchor of the defensive line. Could be the Chiefs worst draft pick of all time. His lack of production set the Chiefs defense back years. Eventually traded to Tampa Bay for a seventh round pick

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6 Responses to “Top 5 Draft Busts Since 1990”

  1. Machiavelli says:

    Sylvester Morris was drafted out of Jackson State University, not Grambling State University.

  2. Russ Loede says:

    Where’s my “main man” Marvin “SNOOP” Minnis?

  3. Color Red says:

    Players who “bust” largely due to injury or health issues should be separated from those who just “bust”. Morris is in that category. Sims, as much as we like to pile on him, is in that category.

  4. Ian says:

    HE said that Morris was drafted out of Jackson State…..? were you reading?

  5. Tom says:

    When you have an attitude and you suck, fans are going to bag on the player. Simms had attitude from holding out rookie year to blaiming the Chiefs for his failures when he was let go. Good riddance, and in my book he was our worst draft.
    PS, I met Snoop in person when he was dating a co-worker and he was very personable. I was disappointed when his next year’s performance was poor.

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