Byron  Chamberlain

Byron Chamberlain

Byron Chamberlain was born in Honolulu, Hawaii but later honed his skills in football, baseball and track in San Diego, Ca. Chamberlain collegiate career began at the University of Missouri, where as a freshman he made All-Big Eight Conference as a Wide Reciever. He later transferred to Wayne State College, a Division II College in Nebraska, where he continued his dominance by racking up 161 catches for 1,194 yards and 14 touchdowns, becoming the school's all-time leading reciever. Bryon's talents lead him to the NFL where he was drafted in the 7th round by the Denver Broncos. He helped the Broncos win back to back Super Bowl Championships ( Super Bowls XXXII & XXXIII). Carving out a fine career for himself, Chamberlain as had stints with the Washington Redskins and Minnesota Vikings, where he earned his first trip to the Pro Bowl. This Missouri Tiger Alum bleeds black & yellow and never passes up on an opportunity to let it be known.