Art Still
Partner/Director of Business Development
Art Still is born and raised in New Jersey. He played for Camden High School from 1971-74. After leaving New Jersey to attend the University of Kentucky. Still played as a defensive end at UK where he became the SEC Player of the Year as a senior at Kentucky. Still also broke UK single-season record with 22 tackles behind the line in 197 and finished his career with 327 tackles. In 1977, Art Still was a Consensus first-team All-American. In 1978, Still was taken as the second overall pick to the Kansas City Chiefs. During his time as a Kansas City Cheif, Still became a Four-time Pro-Bowl selection, following the 1980 – 1982 and 1984 seasons, chiefs most valuable player twice (in 1980 and 1984) and is still third on the club’s all-time sack list with 72.5 (trailing Derrick Thomas and Neil Smith), Led the team in sacks on six occasions, and topped the team’s tackle chart three times. Also, during his time as a Chief, He had two seasons (1980 and 1984) with 14.5 sacks. He also held the Club record for most sacks in one game with four (vs. Oakland 10/5/80) and held that record until Derrick Thomas recorded seven in a game versus Seattle in 1990.
In 1988, Art Still was traded to the Buffalo Bills, where he played for the Bills for two seasons. in his 12 year NFL career, he had 1,128, 78.5 sacks, 12 fumbles, and one interception. Still retired from the NFL in 1989 with 10 years at Kansas City Chiefs and two years at Buffalo Bills. In 1997 Art Still is in inducted in the Kansas City Chiefs Hall of Fame and in 2005 Art Still he was inducted into the National College Football Hall of Fame.
The Importance of Feeling Good About Yourself-Inward Reflection
4 days ago by Art Still
As an athlete (Sports or LIFE), do you need to feel inherently good about yourself and the things you do in order to succeed?
Are You Getting Stressed Out This Time of the Year With Big Blue Sports?
11 days ago by Art Still
Get a complimentary neck adjustment from Dr. Still himself!
Join Us in our Commitment to Bringing Cancer Awareness & Funding
1 mo ago by Patrick Loney
Join the Big Blue Banter Family in bringing awareness and funding to the American Cancer Society Hope Lodge located in Lexington, Kentucky next to the K Club and across the street from Kroger Field.
 
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