5. Henry Marshall
Henry Marshall spent his 12 seasons in Kansas City and established himself as one of the best receivers in franchise history. He finished second out of all wide receivers in yards caught with 6,545 and tied seventh all time in receiving touchdowns with 33. Marshall spent some time playing opposite of Carson, creating a dynamic duo. In 1983, the Chiefs ranked third in passing and seventh the following season. The Chiefs passing game took a dip as Marshall, and Carson, aged and eventually retired, showing how valuable those two were in the 1980s. Not the greatest player to be on a list like this but oh well, still not too shabby.