New York Giants' fans remember Kevin Boss. He began his career with the Giants as Jeremy Shockey's backup and when Shockey suffered a broken leg Boss stepped in and made one of the biggest plays in Super Bowl XLII, which was a 43-yard catch that helped the Giants defeat the New England Patriots.
Before the 2011 season Boss left the Giants after signing a contract with the Oakland Raiders. The Raiders released Boss after one season and he joined the Kansas City Chiefs. On Tuesday, the Chiefs released the former Giants tight end. Boss, 29, has suffered a number of concussions during his NFL career. He played only two games for Kansas City in 2012 due to his most recent concussion.
Kevin Boss: Is career over for former Giants' tight end?
Big Blue View | Feb 21