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Emmitt Thomas No. 18      Cornerback Personal information Date of birth: June 3, 1943 (1943-06-03) (age 68) Angleton, Texas Career information College: Bishop Undrafted in 1966 Debuted in 1966 for the Kansas City Chiefs Last played in 1978 for the Kansas City Chiefs Career history Kansas City Chiefs (1966-1978) As coach: Central Missouri State (1979-1980) St. Louis Cardinals (1981-1985) (Assistant coach) Washington Redskins (1986-1994) (WR and DB coach) Philadelphia Eagles (1995-1998) (Defensive coordinator) Green Bay Packers (1999) (Defensive coordinator) Minnesota Vikings (2000-2001) (Defensive coordinator) Atlanta Falcons (2002-2009) (Assistant Head Coach and DB Coach) Atlanta Falcons (2007) (Interim Head Coach) Kansas City Chiefs (2010-present) (Defensive Backs coach) Career highlights and awards 5× Pro Bowl selection (1968, 1971, 1972, 1974, 1975) 2× First-team All-Pro selection (1974, 1975) 2× Second-team All-Pro selection (1969, 1971) 3× Super Bowl champion (IV, XXII, XXVI) Chiefs Hall of Fame Kansas City Chiefs #18 retired Kansas City Chiefs Career Interception Leader with 58 Stats at NFL.com Pro Football Hall of Fame Emmitt Earl Thomas [1] (born June 3, 1943) [2] is currently the secondary coach of the National Football League's Kansas City Chiefs. He is a former college and professional football player who played for the American Football League's Kansas City Chiefs from 1966 to 1969, and then for the Chiefs in the NFL from 1970 to 1978.[3] He owns the Chiefs all-time interception record with 58, which places him ninth on pro football's all-time list.[3] Thomas was elected to the NFL's Pro Football Hall of Fame after being nominated by the Seniors Committee.[4] Thomas is the thirteenth Chief player elected to the Hall of Fame, joining (majority of career Hall of Famers) Len Dawson, Buck Buchanan, Bobby Bell, Willie Lanier, Jan Stenerud, Marcus Allen, Derrick Thomas, coach Hank Stram, founder/owner Lamar Hunt (minor portion of career Hall of Famers), Joe Montana, Warren Moon, Mike Webster, and coach Marv Levy. Contents 1 Playing career 2 Coaching career 3 Head coaching record 4 Personal life 5 See also 6 References 7 External links Playing career Thomas made the Chiefs team as an undrafted free agent from Bishop College in Dallas.[3] Thomas was an AFL All-Star in 1968 and made the NFL's AFC-NFC Pro Bowl 4 times (1971, 1972, 1973, 1975) after the Chiefs joined the NFL in the 1970 AFL-NFL Merger. He was also selected All-Pro 3 times. In the 1969 season, he led all pro football with 9 interceptions, which he returned for 146 yards and a touchdown, helping his team win the AFL Championship and the fourth and last AFL-NFL World Championship Game, which the Chiefs won 23-7 over the NFL champion Vikings. Thomas recorded an interception in the Kansas City victory. In 1974, Thomas led the NFL in interceptions (12), return yards (214), and return touchdowns (2). Thomas retired from playing after thirteen seasons; he finished his pro football career with 58 interceptions, which he returned for 937 yards and 5 touchdowns. He also recovered 4 fumbles, gained 64 yards returning punts, and returned 29 kickoffs for 673 yards. He played in 181 career games, tying for the 5th-most in club annals, and his 58 interceptions are a franchise record. Thomas was elected the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2008. He was officially inducted at the Enshrinement Ceremony where his bust, sculpted by Scott Myers, was unveiled on August 2, 2008.[5] Coaching career This section requires expansion. Thomas has been an NFL assistant for six teams in the last 26 years. Before being named interim head coach of the Atlanta Falcons on December 12, 2007 after the resignation of Bobby Petrino, Thomas was the Falcons' Senior Defensive Assistant/Secondary Coach. After Petrino's sudden departure left the team in shambles, Thomas attempted to unite the Atlanta locker room, and was able to lead the Falcons to a season-ending victory over the Seattle Seahawks. On January 24, 2008, new Falcons head coach Mike Smith announced that Thomas would remain on staff as assistant head coach. Thomas was voted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame along with Darrell Green and Art Monk, two players he coached during Super Bowl runs with the Washington Redskins. On January 13, 2010, his contract expired and was not renewed by the Falcons. On February 1, 2010 he was hired as the secondary coach of the Kansas City Chiefs. Head coaching record Team Year Regular Season Post Season Won Lost Ties Win % Finish Won Lost Win % Result ATL 2007 1 2 0 .333 4th in NFC South 0 0 .000 Total[6] 1 2 0 .333 0 0 .000 Personal life Thomas and his wife, Jacqui, reside in Suwanee, Georgia. He has two grown children from a previous marriage . His son Derek is the former head basketball coach at Western Illinois University, while his daughter Dedra is a nurse and resides in Marshall, Texas. See also Other American Football League players References ^ "Thomas on Pro-Football-Reference". rbref.com. http://www.rbref.com/players/T/ThomEm00.htm. Retrieved 2007-12-15.  ^ "Thomas on nfl.com". nfl.com. http://www.nfl.com/players/emmittthomas/profile?id=THO145488. Retrieved 2007-12-15.  ^ a b c "Thomas on Atlanta Falcons.com". atlantafalcons.com. Archived from the original on 2007-12-14. http://web.archive.org/web/20071214051942/http://www.atlantafalcons.com/People/Coaches/Emmitt_Thomas.aspx. Retrieved 2007-12-17.  ^ Kansas City Star February 2, 2008 ^ http://www.profootballhof.com/hof/years.aspx ^ [1] External links http://www.profootballhof.com/hof/member.jsp?player_id=270 http://www.kansascity.com/sports/story/472597.html Kansas City Star, February 2, 2008 Sporting positions Preceded by Bud Carson Philadelphia Eagles Defensive coordinator 1995-98 Succeeded by Jim Johnson Preceded by Fritz Shurmur Green Bay Packers Defensive coordinator 1999 Succeeded by Ed Donatell Preceded by Foge Fazio Minnesota Vikings Defensive Coordinator 2000–2001 Succeeded by Willie Shaw Preceded by Clancy Pendergast Kansas City Chiefs Defensive Backs Coach 2010-present Succeeded by Imcumbent v · d · eAtlanta Falcons head coaches Norb Hecker (1966–1968) • Norm Van Brocklin (1968–1974) • Marion Campbell (1974–1976) • Pat Peppler (1976) • Leeman Bennett (1977–1982) • Dan Henning (1983–1986) • Marion Campbell (1987–1989) • Jim Hanifan # (1989) • Jerry Glanville (1990–1993) • June Jones (1994–1996) • Dan Reeves (1997–2003) • Wade Phillips # (2003) • Jim L. Mora (2004–2006) • Bobby Petrino (2007) • Emmitt Thomas # (2007) • Mike Smith (2008– ) Pound sign (#) denotes interim head coach. v · d · eCurrent secondary coaches of the National Football League AFC East George Catavolos (Buffalo Bills) Todd Bowles (Miami Dolphins) Josh Boyer & Matt Patricia (New England Patriots) Dennis Thurman (New York Jets) AFC North Teryl Austin (Baltimore Ravens) Kevin Coyle (Cincinnati Bengals) Jerome Henderson (Cleveland Browns) Carnell Lake (Pittsburgh Steelers) AFC South Vance Joseph (Houston Texans) Alan Williams (Indianapolis Colts) Cory Undlin (Jacksonville Jaguars) Marcus Robertson (Tennessee Titans) AFC West Ron Milus (Denver Broncos) Emmitt Thomas (Kansas City Chiefs) Lionel Washington & Kevin Ross (Oakland Raiders) Steven Wilks (San Diego Chargers) NFC East Dave Campo & Brett Maxie (Dallas Cowboys) Peter Giunta & David Merritt (New York Giants) Johnnie Lynn & Mike Zordich (Philadelphia Eagles) Bob Slowik & Steve Jackson (Washington Redskins) NFC North Jon Hoke (Chicago Bears) Tim Walton (Detroit Lions) Joe Whitt & Darren Perry (Green Bay Packers) Joe Woods (Minnesota Vikings) NFC South Tim Lewis & Alvin Reynolds (Atlanta Falcons) Ron Meeks (Carolina Panthers) Tony Oden (New Orleans Saints) Jimmy Lake (Tampa Bay Buccaneers) NFC West Louie Cioffi (Arizona Cardinals) Clayton Lopez & Andre Curtis (St. Louis Rams) Ed Donatell (San Francisco 49ers) Kris Richard (Seattle Seahawks) v · d · eKansas City Chiefs Hall of Fame 1970: Lamar Hunt • 1971: Mack Lee Hill • 1972: Jerry Mays • 1973: Fred Arbanas • 1974: Johnny Robinson • 1975: Chris Burford • 1976: E.J. Holub • 1977: Jim Tyrer • 1978: Mike Garrett • 1979: Len Dawson • 1980: Bobby Bell • 1981: Buck Buchanan • 1982: Otis Taylor • 1984: Ed Budde • 1985: Willie Lanier • 1986: Emmitt Thomas • 1987: Hank Stram • 1988: Jerrel Wilson • 1989: Ed Podolak • 1990: Jim Lynch • 1991: Abner Haynes • 1992: Jan Stenerud • 1993: Sherrill Headrick • 1994: Jack Rudnay • 1995: Curtis McClinton • 1996: Deron Cherry • 1997: Dave Hill • 1998: Art Still • 1999: Lloyd Burruss • 2000: Christian Okoye • 2001: Derrick Thomas • 2002: John Alt • 2003: Gary Spani • 2004: Joe Delaney • 2005: Jack Steadman • 2006: Neil Smith • 2007: Albert Lewis • 2008: Curley Culp • 2009: Nick Lowery • 2010: Marty Schottenheimer v · d · eKansas City Chiefs Retired Numbers #3 Jan Stenerud • #16 Len Dawson • #18 Emmitt Thomas • #28 Abner Haynes • #33 Stone Johnson • #36 Mack Lee Hill • #58 Derrick Thomas • #63 Willie Lanier • #78 Bobby Bell • #86 Buck Buchanan v · d · eKansas City Chiefs 1966 AFL Champions 52 Bud Abell | 84 Fred Arbanas | 10 Pete Beathard | 78 Bobby Bell | 61 Dennis Biodrowski | 38 Solomon Brannan | 81 Tommy Brooker | 87 Aaron Brown | 86 Buck Buchanan | 71 Ed Budde | 88 Chris Burford | 80 Reggie Carolan | 23 Bert Coan | 56 Walt Corey | 16 Len Dawson | 72 Tony DiMidio | 66 Wayne Frazier | 21 Mike Garrett | 65 Jon Gilliam | 69 Sherrill Headrick | 73 Dave Hill | 12 Jimmy Hill | 55 E. J. Holub | 20 Bobby Hunt | 85 Chuck Hurston | 82 Ed Lothamer | 75 Jerry Mays | 32 Curtis McClinton | 15 Mike Mercer | 64 Curt Merz | 22 Willie Mitchell | 25 Frank Pitts | 14 Bobby Ply | 60 Al Reynolds | 58 Andy Rice | 42 Johnny Robinson | 76 Hatch Rosdahl | 17 Fletcher Smith | 35 Smokey Stover | 89 Otis Taylor | 18 Emmitt Thomas | 45 Gene Thomas | 77 Jim Tyrer | 24 Fred Williamson | 44 Jerrel Wilson Head Coach Hank Stram Coaches Tom Bettis | Darrel Brewster | Tommy O'Boyle | Tom Pratt | Bill Walsh v · d · eKansas City Chiefs Super Bowl IV Champions 3 Jan Stenerud | 6 Warren McVea | 10 Mike Livingston | 12 Tom Flores | 14 Ed Podolak | 15 Jacky Lee | 16 Len Dawson (MVP) | 18 Emmitt Thomas | 20 Goldie Sellers | 21 Mike Garrett | 22 Willie Mitchell | 23 Paul Lowe | 24 Caesar Belser | 25 Frank Pitts | 30 Gloster Richardson | 32 Curtis McClinton | 38 Wendell Hayes | 40 Jim Marsalis | 42 Johnny Robinson | 44 Jerrel Wilson | 45 Robert Holmes | 46 Jim Kearney | 51 Jim Lynch | 55 E. J. Holub | 60 George Daney | 61 Curley Culp | 63 Willie Lanier | 65 Remi Prudhomme | 66 Bob Stein | 71 Ed Budde | 73 Dave Hill | 74 Gene Trosch | 75 Jerry Mays | 76 Mo Moorman | 77 Jim Tyrer | 78 Bobby Bell | 82 Ed Lothamer | 83 Morris Stroud | 84 Fred Arbanas | 85 Chuck Hurston | 86 Buck Buchanan | 87 Aaron Brown | 89 Otis Taylor Head Coach: Hank Stram Coaches: Tom Bettis | Darrel Brewster | Tommy O'Boyle | Tom Pratt | Bill Walsh v · d · eWashington Redskins Super Bowl XXII Champions 6 Ali Haji-Sheikh | 10 Jay Schroeder | 11 Mark Rypien | 12 Steve Cox | 17 Doug Williams (MVP) | 23 Todd Bowles | 24 Kelvin Bryant | 28 Darrell Green | 29 Reggie Branch | 30 Anthony Allen | 31 Clarence Vaughn | 32 Vernon Dean | 34 Brian Davis | 35 Keith Griffin | 36 Timmy Smith | 38 George Rogers | 40 Alvin Walton | 41 Tim Morrison | 45 Barry Wilburn | 46 Dennis Woodberry | 50 Ravin Caldwell | 51 Monte Coleman | 52 Neal Olkewicz | 53 Jeff Bostic | 54 Kurt Gouveia | 55 Mel Kaufman | 57 Rich Milot | 58 David Jones | 61 Rick Kehr | 63 Raleigh McKenzie | 64 Steve Hamilton | 65 Dave Butz | 66 Joe Jacoby | 67 Kit Lathrop | 68 Russ Grimm | 69 R. C. Thielemann | 71 Charles Mann | 72 Dexter Manley | 73 Mark May | 74 Markus Koch | 77 Darryl Grant | 78 Dean Hamel | 80 Eric Yarber | 81 Art Monk | 82 Anthony Jones | 83 Ricky Sanders | 84 Gary Clark | 85 Don Warren | 86 Clint Didier | 87 Terry Orr | 88 Joe Caravello | 89 Clarence Verdin Head Coach: Joe Gibbs Coaches: Chuck Banker | Don Breaux | Joe Bugel | Joe Diange | Dan Henning | Bill Hickman | Paul Lanham | Larry Peccatiello | Richie Petitbon | Jerry Rhome | Dan Riley | Warren Simmons | Charley Taylor | Emmitt Thomas | LaVern Torgeson v · d · eWashington Redskins Super Bowl XXVI Champions 2 Kelly Goodburn | 6 Cary Conklin (IR) | 8 Chip Lohmiller | 10 Jeff Rutledge | 11 Mark Rypien (MVP) | 16 Stan Humphries | 20 Alvoid Mays | 21 Earnest Byner | 26 Danny Copeland | 27 Brad Edwards | 28 Darrell Green | 30 Brian Mitchell | 31 Clarence Vaughn | 32 Ricky Ervins | 34 Terry Hoage | 35 Martin Mayhew | 37 Gerald Riggs | 40 Alvin Walton | 45 Sidney Johnson | 47 A. J. Johnson | 50 Ravin Caldwell | 51 Monte Coleman | 53 Jeff Bostic | 54 Kurt Gouveia | 55 Andre Collins | 57 Matt Millen | 58 Wilber Marshall | 60 Fred Stokes | 61 Mark Adickes | 63 Raleigh McKenzie | 64 Ralph Tamm | 65 Mohammed Elewonibi (IR) | 66 Joe Jacoby | 67 Ray Brown | 68 Russ Grimm | 69 Mark Schlereth | 71 Charles Mann | 74 Markus Koch | 75 Eric Williams | 76 Ed Simmons | 78 Tim Johnson | 79 Jim Lachey | 80 Keenan McCardell (IR) | 81 Art Monk | 82 John Brandes | 83 Ricky Sanders | 84 Gary Clark | 85 Don Warren | 86 Stephen Hobbs | 87 Ron Middleton | 88 James Jenkins | 89 Terry Orr | 94 Bobby Wilson | 97 Jumpy Geathers | 99 Jason Buck Head Coach: Joe Gibbs Coaches: Don Breaux | Jack Burns | Bobby DePaul | Rod Dowhower | Jim Hanifan | Larry Peccatiello | Richie Petitbon | Dan Riley | Wayne Sevier | Warren Simmons | Charley Taylor | Emmitt Thomas | LaVern Torgeson | Steve Wetzel v · d · ePro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2008 Fred Dean • Darrell Green • Art Monk • Emmitt Thomas • Andre Tippett • Gary Zimmerman Persondata Name Thomas, Emmitt Alternative names Short description Date of birth June 3, 1943 Place of birth Date of death Place of death