In the Andy Reid era, the KC Chiefs have found several talented players in the second and third rounds of the NFL Drafts. Of the ten players selected in those rounds over the past five years, six have started more than half of their games for the Chiefs.
The Chiefs will bring back Pro Bowler Travis Kelce and longtime No. 2 tight end Demetrius Harris, but Kelce is 29 and Harris is a free agent after this year. Besides, the offense could really be unlocked with a plus-plus blocker at tight end, were general manager Brett Veach to acquire one. Here's a look at the top five tight ends in the 2018 NFL Draft.
The Chiefs paid Sammy Watkins a small fortune this offseason to solidify the wide receiver position, but there’s absolutely room to draft a nifty slot receiver with return ability in the mid-to-late rounds. Here's a breakdown of the top receivers, with some players to watch.
KC Chiefs general manager Brett Veach took advantage of the value at this position in free agency by signing two solid backs in Damien Williams and Kerwynn Williams. But keep an eye on the fullback position. Here's a breakdown of the top players at fullback and running back.
The KC Chiefs traded two first-round draft picks and a third-rounder to move up and select Patrick Mahomes, so they’ve already got their quarterback of the future. However, the prospect of selecting a late-round developmental guy is certainly on the table. Here are the top six quarterbacks in the 2018 NFL Draft.
The Chiefs could definitely use a swing tackle to back up starters Eric Fisher and Mitchell Schwartz, and with sometimes-starter Zach Fulton leaving via free agency in March and starting center Mitch Morse slated to be a free agent after the 2018 season, they could also use another high-upside body on the interior. Hello, NFL Draft.
Cleveland Browns fans are confident that former Chiefs general manager John Dorsey will do well in the NFL Draft. The Browns, who are coming off an 0-16 season, have two of the first four picks on Thursday.
Here it is, the last of three seven-round NFL Draft projections for the Chiefs. The draft starts Thursday. (A quick disclaimer: This mock draft was done with the use of the draft generator at Fanspeak.com. And a quick reminder — the Chiefs don't have a first-round pick because of the trade for Patrick Mahomes last April.)
The idea behind The Kansas City Star's annual All-Juice team is simple. In preparation for this year’s NFL Draft, I’ve watched hours of tape, and during that time, some guys have stood out. This team is meant to recognize 22 prospects I like for various reasons, whether it be their effort, attitude or performance.
The first six games of the Chiefs' 2018 season will be include some of the toughest teams they will have to face. With Patrick Mahomes set to begin his first season as the starter, that could be a good thing for the Chiefs, says Mike Florio of NBC Sports.
The KC Chiefs would appear to be pretty much set at inside linebacker, having surrendered a 2019 fourth-round pick for Reggie Ragland and a five-year, $45 million contract to acquire Anthony Hitchens. But there is room for a developmental cover linebacker, too, so here's a look at the top 10 prospects at the position in the 2018 NFL Draft.
The Chiefs let their best interior run stopper, Bennie Logan, walk this offseason due to injury concerns, so they'll definitely be addressing the defensive line in this year's NFL Draft. Here's a breakdown of the top 10 players at the position.
The offseason trade of Marcus Peters creates a hole the KC Chiefs are confident can be filled by third-year pro Kendall Fuller, who was the jewel of the Alex Smith trade to Washington. But the Chiefs still need help at corner, so here's the top 10 players at the position in this year's NFL Draft.
In each of the past three seasons the Kansas City Chiefs have had a player selected in that year's NFL Draft selected to the Pro Bowl. No other NFL team since the 1970 NFL-AFL merger can make that claim.
Included in measurables are height, weight, age and 40-yard-dash time. Grades and rankings are based on film study and proprietary reporting. Grades are intended to convey a general sense of the draftee’s value, and where he might be selected.