Wide Receiver And Special Teams Standout Earns League Honors
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Rookie standout for the Kansas City Command, Jackie Chambers earned a spot on the 2012 Arena Football League All-Ironman Team that was officially announced by the League earlier today.
Chambers (5-10, 190, Lane College) was a constant threat to score as a kickoff return specialist and despite only playing in 12 games for the Command this season, he finished with a franchise record of 1,163 kick-return yards including two 57-yard kick returns in back to back games against San Jose and Chicago.
Chambers ironman approach to the game was also highlighted on both sides of the ball. Offensively, he reeled in 58 catches for 751 yards and seven scores. His unwillingness to be brought down also heralded 11 rushes for 49 yards and five touchdowns. Along with earning 1,963 all-purpose yards, Chambers also pitched in nine tackles on defense this season. This is Chambers’ first All-Ironman Team selection.
Chambers was one of only six players selected to the All-Ironman Team that includes, PJ Berry from the Pittsburgh Power, Terrance Smith from the Jacksonville Sharks, Terrance Sanders from the Spokane Shock, Jeff Hughley from the Philadelphia Soul and Marcus Everett from the Milwaukee Mustangs.