At least one draft analyst has argued that former Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota (pictured at last month’s NFL Combine) would be a good fit for Chiefs coach Andy Reid’s offense, and when asked about Mariota on Tuesday at the NFL’s annual meeting, Reid said that although Kansas City isn’t in a position to draft Mariota, he had heard plenty of good things about the 6-foot-4, 222 pound Heisman Trophy winner.
At least one draft analyst has argued that former Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota (pictured at last month’s NFL Combine) would be a good fit for Chiefs coach Andy Reid’s offense, and when asked about Mariota on Tuesday at the NFL’s annual meeting, Reid said that although Kansas City isn’t in a position to draft Mariota, he had heard plenty of good things about the 6-foot-4, 222 pound Heisman Trophy winner. File photo by Julio Cortez The Associated Press
At least one draft analyst has argued that former Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota (pictured at last month’s NFL Combine) would be a good fit for Chiefs coach Andy Reid’s offense, and when asked about Mariota on Tuesday at the NFL’s annual meeting, Reid said that although Kansas City isn’t in a position to draft Mariota, he had heard plenty of good things about the 6-foot-4, 222 pound Heisman Trophy winner. File photo by Julio Cortez The Associated Press

Coach Andy Reid likes Marcus Mariota, even if Chiefs can’t draft him

March 24, 2015 05:42 PM

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