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By poplarbluffman

sually go to 300 but bad draft this year
Jaylon Smith would be #5 if healthy

1.Goff QB California
2. Paxton Lynch QB Memphis
3. Jalen Ramsey CB/S Florida ST
4.Vernon Hargreaves CB Florida
5. Carson Wentz QB North Dakota State
6. Bosa DE Ohio St
7. Laremy Tunsil OT Mississippi
8. Shaq Lawson DE Clemson
9. DeForest Buckner DE Oregon
10. Jason Spriggs OT Indiana
11. Ashawn Robinson DT Alabama
12. Myles Jack OLB UCLA
13 Sheldon Rankins DT Louisville
14. Jack Conklin OT Michigan St
15. Derrick Henry RB Alabama
16. Ronnie Staley OT Notre Dame
17. Leonard Floyd OLB Georgia
18. Ezekiel Elliott RB Ohio St
19..Josh Doctson WR TCU
20. Corey Coleman WR Baylor
21 Karl Joseph S Read more…

By Josh Alper

In last Friday morning’s one-liners, we had a note about Utah defensive end/linebacker Jason Fanaika talking about how cool it would be if he was drafted by the Chiefs so he could play on the same team as his cousin Paul Fanaika. The elder Fanaika was on the Chiefs’ roster as a guard at the…
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By NickheadKCAU

and good on him too.

i cannot stand bradford. he is one of the worst firsts of all time. IMO

he is a rich man’s bernie kosar, which is not saying much.

where as chase is, (appears to be) a stand up guy that just enjoys the game.

at least daniel will get his chance. Read more…

By Josh Alper

Former Bills and Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Williams didn’t play in the NFL during the 2015 season, but was on the workout circuit in recent weeks as he tried to land an opportunity to extend his playing career. He’s going to get that opportunity in Kansas City. Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that Williams will…
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By Mike Florio

Three years ago, the Chiefs had to choose between tackles Luke Joeckel and Eric Fisher at the top of the draft. They took Fisher. The only good news is that Joeckel hasn’t become a cornerstone left tackle, either. With fifth-year option decisions on 2013 first-round picks due by Tuesday, May 3, the Chiefs say they…
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By Darin Gantt

Chiefs General Manager John Dorsey might not drop much draft news during his press conference today, but he did give his fans something to look forward to. Via Terez Paylor of the Kansas City Star, Dorsey offered some positive news about outside linebacker Justin Houston, saying he was ahead of schedule in his rehab from…
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