Name: Ken Kremer
Position: Nose Tackle
How Acquired: Draft (No. 7 – 2nd Round) – 1979)
Career: 1979 – 1984
College: Ball State
Birth Date: July 16, 1957
Birth Place: Hammond, Indiana
Employer: Creative Artists Agency (CAA)
Ken played his collegiate ball at Ball State where he played and started all 44 games, earning All Conference honors his junior and senior seasons. As a senior, he was the school’s most valuable player and was the Mid-America Conference Player of the Year. Ken was also inducted to the Ball State Hall of Fame and the Mid-American Conference Hall of Fame.
In 1979, his first year in Kansas City, Ken was taken as the Chiefs’ 11th pick in the draft. He played defensive end and nose tackle for six seasons, leading the team in sacks in 1981.
Kremer opened a sports bar called “Fuzzy’s” during the 1982 season, which gained national exposure. He is currently working with former Chiefs lineman Tom Condon at CAA, representing professional athletes.