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Priest Holmes is an American football halfback for the Kansas City Chiefs NFL team. Born on October7, 1973 in Fort Smith , Arkansas , Homes had his upbringing in San Antonio , Texas . He stands 5'9 and weighs 213 lbs. Priest Homes did his schooling from Marshall High School in San Antonio , Texas and led the team to the Class 5A title game with 2,031 rushing yards and 26 total TDs as a senior. He missed the final four games due to a deep thigh bruise. Homes also received the Offensive Player of the Year honors from the San Antonio Light as he had a total of 4,080 rushing yards. After completing his graduation, Homes played for the University of Texas at Austin . His team mate was Heisman Trophy winner, Ricky Williams. In 1997 he joined the Baltimore Ravens as an undrafted free agent. During the 1998 season while playing for the Ravens, Priest Homes rushed for more than 1000 yards. He also led the team in winning the Super Bowl XXXV in 2001. In 2002 season, Homes was signed by the Kansas City Chiefs and playing his first season for the team, he became the NFL's leading rusher with 1555 yards.

Though Homes missed his two final games in the 2002 season due to a hip injury, he rushed 1615 yards with 21 touchdowns. The following season, Homes broke the NFL record of Marshall Faulk with 27 touchdowns in a season. Priest Homes is a single father with two sons, De'Andre and Jekovan. He has two residence places, one in Leawood , Kansas and second in San Antonio , Texas .

In 1971 The Chiefs made it back to the Playoffs as they won the AFC West Title, but on December 25 of that year, they lost a double overtime heartbreaker to the Miami Dolphins 27-24.
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