Just four months from returning to his college alma mater to help in the department of intercollegiate athletics, former Pittsburg State Gorilla Kendall Gammon was tabbed for another job.

Just four months from returning to his college alma mater to help in the department of intercollegiate athletics, former Pittsburg State Gorilla Kendall Gammon was tabbed for another job.
This time in the entertainment and information field.
The former Pro Bowl long snapper for the Kansas City Chiefs has now added broadcast duties — as the sideline reporter for the Chiefs Radio Network — to his current job as major gifts officer for Pittsburg State University.
Gammon, a 15-year veteran of the NFL, including his seven years with the Chiefs, played in the 2004 Pro Bowl and in Super Bowl XXX.
He replaced longtime sideline reporter Bob Gretz, who had been doing pregame and postgame Chiefs shows as well as sideline reporting for the past 18 years.
Gammon’s pro career spanned 15 years and included four years with the Pittsburg Steelers — where is played in Super Bowl XXX against the Dallas Cowboys.
He also played four years with the New Orleans Saints. At the time Gammon played for New Orleans, the Saint’s President was Bill Kuharich, who serves now as the Chiefs Vice President of Player Personnel.
A native of Rose Hill, Gammon played at Pitt State for four years and helped the Gorillas to the 1991 NCAA Division II National Chanpionship and was also named an All-American.