Former Chiefs FB Kimble Anders to serve as drum honoree for Week 9

The Kansas City Chiefs have selected their drum honoree for Sunday night’s tilt with the Tennessee Titans.

On the same evening that former Chiefs FB Kimble Anders will be inducted into the team’s Hall of Fame and Ring of Honor, he’ll also serve as the team’s drum leader. Ahead of kickoff, Anders will be up on the GEHA Drum Deck, banging the drum to get the roaring crowd at Arrowhead Stadium fired up before they take on the Titans.

A member of the organization from 1991-2000, Anders will become the 51st member of the Ring of Honor and the 47th player to be inducted into the team’s Hall of Fame. Anders’ induction ceremony will be conducted during halftime with nearly 80 Chiefs alumni in attendance for the team’s annual Legends Game festivities.

Other pregame festivities will include the national anthem, which will be sung by National recording artist David Correy. The Kansas City, Missouri Fire Department will present the colors during the anthem.

There will not be a flyover for this game. Instead, fans will get to see  The U.S. Army “Golden Knights” parachute jump team do a pregame performance, landing in Arrowhead Stadium.

Parking Gates will open at 3:00 p.m. CT and the Ford Tailgate District will open 30 minutes later, where there will be drink specials, food trucks, tailgating games along with performances by DJ Lazer and the Lily B. Moonflower Band ahead of the game.

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Story originally appeared on Chiefs Wire