|No. 60, 62, 46, 86, 83|
|Position:||Long snapper/Tight end|
|Date of birth:||October 23, 1968|
|Place of birth:||Rose Hill, Kansas|
|NFL Draft:||1992 / Round: 11 / Pick: 291|
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Kendall Robert Gammon (born October 23, 1968) is a former American football long snapper who played for three teams in the National Football League. In 2004, Gammon was the first pure long-snapper to be selected for the Pro Bowl. Gammon currently serves as the field reporter and pre-game host for the Kansas City Chiefs' radio broadcasts on "101 The Fox".
Gammon attended Pittsburg State University, where he was a captain of the football team his junior and senior year. He played tight end, offensive tackle, offensive guard and also handled the long-snaping. In 1991, Gammon was a part of the team coached by Chuck Broyles that won the Division II National Championship.
For the Steelers, he was the long snapper & backup offensive lineman from 1992 to 1995. After spending four years with the New Orleans Saints, Gammon signed with the Chiefs as a free agent in February 2000. He was named to the Pro Bowl in 2005 as a special teams player, long snapping for the AFC team. Gammon was the first pure long-snapper to be selected for the Pro Bowl.
After the NFL
Gammon is also active in the business world as well, he was the co-owner of Paradise Nursery, a retail/wholesale distributor of nursery products in Kansas City, which was sold in 2013.
Gammon married his college sweetheart while attending Pittsburg State. His son, Blaise, is considered one of the best football and basketball recruits in Kansas out of Blue Valley West High School.
- KCCHIEFS radio
- "About Kendall". KendallGammon.com.
- "DII Football". NCAA.com.
- "National Football League: NFL Draft History". NFL.com.
- "2004 NFL Pro Bowlers". Pro-Football-Reference.com.
- Megan Armstrong. "Former NFL Long Snapper Kendall Gammon Thrived as NFL Role Player". Bleacher Report.
- "Kendall Gammon: Game Logs at NFL.com". nfl.com.
- "Meet the Staff". Pittsburg State University.
- "First Mizzou visit for Gammon". Missouri.Rivals.com.
- "Blaise Gammon". Rivals.com.
- "Blaise Gammon". Scout.com.