Alexander, who has not played football since 2002 when he played for the
Minnesota Vikings, had 417 catches for 6,971 yards with 40 touchdowns
and 16 rushes for 210 yards during his NFL career.
The 6-foot-2, 206-pounder played for the Chiefs from 1998 through 2001,
appearing in 60 games. He was among the most productive pass catchers in
franchise history, catching 213 passes for 3,685 yards with 19 TDs. He
set a team single-season record in 2000 with 1,391 receiving yards.
Alexander, who lives in Kansas City, also played with Cleveland from
1994 to 1995, and with Baltimore from 1996 to 1997.