James Eric Berry (12/29/1988; Fairburn, GA), nicknamed "The Fifth Dimension," is an football safety for the Kansas City Chiefs of the NFL. Berry received an athletic scholarship to attend the University of Tennessee where he played college football. He was a 2-time unanimous All-American, & was recognized as the best college defensive back. The Kansas City Chiefs chose him w/ the fifth overall pick in the 2010 NFL Draft & he was selected for the Pro Bowl following his rookie season.
Running Back Ed Podolak #14 of the Kansas City Chiefs running with the ball gets pass defensive back Tom Hayes #27 of the Atlanta Falcons December 17, 1972 during an NFL football game at Atlante Fulton-County Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia. Podolak played for the Chiefs from 1969-77.
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Minnesota Vikings defensive tackle Gary Larsen (77), defensive end Carl Eller (81), and defensive tackle Alan Page (88) on the field against the Kansas City Chiefs during Super Bowl IV at Tulane Stadium. The Chiefs defeated the Vikings 23-7.