Former Chiefs star Will Shields made a big choice with less than a month left until his call to the Hall.
The 12-time Pro Bowler will be presented by friend Adrian Lunsford when the induction festivities kick off in Canton, Ohio starting on Aug. 6.
That night, Lunsford will be responsible for introducing Shields, a staple of one of the NFL’s most dominant offensive lines, at the enshrinees’ Gold Jacket Dinner. Two days later, he’ll present Shields on-stage and join his friend for the unveiling of his bronze bust.
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Shields will be the 16th player associated with the Chiefs to enter the Pro Football Hall of Fame and the first since Curley Culp in 2013.