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Chiefs Day 2 Targets

Friday, April 26th, 2013

The Missouri Southern product could be on the Chiefs radar in round 2. (Photo: MSSU)

KCCD Staff Writer: Sam Mitchell

The first round is officially over with and the number one pick is finally behind us.  I’m actually pretty relieved.  So now that we have the tackle where do we go from here… Well, speculate on who the Chiefs will pick next of course!

The Chief’s next pick is quite a ways away at this point, 31 picks I believe if we don’t trade Brandon Albert for Miami’s 54th overall pick.  No matter how it turns out, the Chiefs’ next picks are pretty far away at this point and no one really knows who’s going to be left on the board come or next picks.  But I’ll make a few guesses below of who could be there and how they would fit in KC.


A Player for Every Round: Wide Receiver

Monday, April 22nd, 2013

The Chiefs will likely add a receiver in the draft, but which one? (Photo: Dave Martin, AP)

KCCD Editor: Elliot Dennis

In these group of articles, I’ll be looking at different positions and players that would fit every pick the Chiefs have. In this article I’ll be looking at different wide receivers the Chiefs could target.


5 Receiving Prospects the Chiefs Should Target After Round 1

Thursday, November 22nd, 2012

Does Ryan Swope fit in with the Chiefs in 2013? (Photo:: Sarah Glenn/Getty Images)

KCCD Writer: Elliot Dennis

Let’s face it, the Chiefs’ offensive problems are not based solely on the quarterback. One area of concern that has to be addressed in the 2013 Draft is wide receiver.

With Bowe most likely to walk this offseason (the Chiefs won’t franchise him 2 years in a row), wide receiver is a top need this offseason. The Chiefs WR corps after Bowe hasn’t been very good this season. Jonathan Baldwin hasn’t been able to get open, Steve Breaston doesn’t see the field anymore, and the only thing Dexter McCluster has been consistent with is tipping the ball into a defender’s waiting arms.

With a quarterback almost assuredly going to the Chiefs in the first round in the upcoming draft, wide receiver must be addressed between rounds 2-4.


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