Michigan wide receiver Jehu Chesson was drafted in the fourth round by the Chiefs.
Michigan wide receiver Jehu Chesson was drafted in the fourth round by the Chiefs. David J. Phillip AP
Michigan wide receiver Jehu Chesson was drafted in the fourth round by the Chiefs. David J. Phillip AP

Chiefs trade back into fourth round, draft Michigan wide receiver Jehu Chesson

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    Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch was ejected from Thursday night's 31-30 Oakland victory over the Chiefs, then watched the rest of the game in the stands. After the game, he rode on a Bay Area Rapid Transit train with Chiefs cornerback Marcus Peters. Both players are from Oakland.