Welcome to KCChiefsDraft.com!

June 5th, 2012
Dontari Poe Chiefs NFL Draft

The NFL Draft and the Chiefs - what more can you want? (Photo: US Presswire)

KCCD Editor: James Christensen

For all the Kansas City Chiefs and NFL Draft fans who were wondering when the NEPatriotsDraft.com crew was going to get around to creating a Chiefs flavored site, wait no longer.

With the help of editors and lead writers Jason Madson and Jinx Allessio, as well as Matthew Elder of BuffaloBillsDraft.com, we humbly begin our joint venture to bring you the best coverage of where the Chiefs and the NFL Draft collide.

Follow us on Twitter – @ChiefsDraft – and spread the word about what will be the best spot for Chiefs fans looking for their 2013 NFL Draft fix and everyday Chiefs analysis.

Read more about our editors after the jump.

Jason Madson

Jason Madson is the co-lead writer, editor and scout for KCCD. He has covered the NFL Draft for multiple websites over the past few years. Playing the role of utility man for the past sites has helped develop Jason’s skills in many areas. Having picked up many different techniques over the years, KCChiefsDraft.com is the perfect spot to put everything together. Being a life-long Kansas Citian, this is a dream come true.

Jason will be scouting all conferences, but will specialize in the Big East, MIAA and Mizzou. You will find Jason at Arrowhead Stadium or Faurot Field every weekend this fall, watching his Chiefs and Missouri Tigers.

Jinx Allessio

Jinx Allessio is a Staff Writer for KCChiefsDraft and has independently analyzed the draft for about a dozen years. In addition to all things draft related Jinx will contribute numerous Chiefs topics that will include roster configuration, salary cap analysis, and future Chiefs fits.

Jinx will provide unique analyst point of view based upon positional trends, scheme evolutions and drafting patterns by decision makers in teams’ front offices.

Tags: 2013 NFL Draft, Dontari Poe

3 Responses to “Welcome to KCChiefsDraft.com!”

  1. NFL says:

    Each and every NFL team relies on its fans to survive. Without keen supporters at the games, teams don’t sell tickets, or benefit from concessions or stadium advertising. How do you compare with, say, a Greenbay Packer’s fan for the amount you contribute?

  2. KC fan forever says:

    I love it already ! Thanks guys ! Awesome job !

  3. Warpaint says:

    Heck yes. This is going to be awesome.

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