Chris Lammons plays cornerback professionally for the National Football League’s Kansas City Chiefs. He stands 1.75 m tall and weighs 88 kg. He was a student at Plantation High. He attended the University of South Carolina after high school, where he played four seasons of football for the Gamecocks.
He started all 13 of the games during his junior year and recorded 53 tackles, a sack, and five passes defended. He finished third on the team in tackles, forced fumbles, and passes defended as a senior with 79. He made 177 total tackles during his college career, one sack, four interceptions, 21 passes defended, three forced fumbles, and three recovered fumbles.
Lammons, an undrafted free agent, signed a contract with the Atlanta Falcons in April 2018. He was let go at the most recent round of roster reductions in September 2018. He was added to the practice squad of the New Orleans Saints on October 3, 2018. On October 20, 2018, they gave him a release. Following his November 2018 signing to the Miami Dolphins practice squad, he made his NFL debut in September 2019.
In December 2019, he committed to the training camp of the Kansas City Chiefs. He was cut off the roster on September 5, 2020, during the last roster reduction, and the following day he was signed to the practice squad. He renewed his contract with the Chiefs on June 16, 2022.
Where Is Chris Lammons From?
Chris Lammons is from Lauderhill, Florida in the United States of America.