Law sign Former Chiefs Tank Tyler and Donnell Alexander

Former Kansas City Chief players, Demarcus Lamon “Tank” Tyler and Donnell Alexander have signed to play the 2017 season with the Dodge City Law.

“Tank”, a 6’2” 325 lb. defensive lineman, was the 3rd round draft choice for the KC Chiefs and played 4 years in the NFL recording 82 tackles.

He was a 1st Team ALL ACC player from NC State where he recorded 173 tackles, 5 sacks and 2 fumble recoveries.

Donnell Alexander is a 5’11” 210 RB/WR who played at Akron State where he amassed 1840 yards of total offense and 10 TD’s.

He was with the KC Chiefs in 2016. Donnell is the son of NFL Hall of Fame member Derrick Thomas of the KC Chiefs.

Alexander only has faint memories of dad’s career, which was cut short when Thomas died Feb. 8, 2000, due to complications from injuries sustained in a car crash two weeks earlier.  “Most of my memories come from film,” Alexander said.  Still, he understands the lasting impact left by Thomas — whose number was retired by the Chiefs in 2009, the same year he was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

The Dodge City Law are proud members of the Champions Indoor Football League, currently the largest professional indoor football league in the United States with 16 members. They play their games at United Wireless Arena. For season ticket and sponsorship information call 620-371-7240 or email .

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