1963: Buck Buchanan was a Grambling defensive lineman drafted by the Kansas City Chiefs. One of the most physically imposing players of his era. Used his height to good advantage in rushing the quarterback, and one year (1967) batted down 16 passes. Was the durable anchor of the Chiefs' defensive line, once playing in 166 straight games. Helped write history by playing in the first Super Bowl, which the Chiefs lost to Green Bay, but managed to collect a championship ring in Super Bow IV, when Kansas City upset the Minnesota Vikings.