The Chiefs now have seven of their nine draft picks under contract.
The team agreed to a deal with Georgia receiver Chris Conley, one of two third-round picks, a source told The Star on Wednesday.
Earlier this week, the Chiefs finalized deals with second-round pick Mitch Morse, a center out of Missouri; fourth-round pick Ramik Wilson, an inside linebacker out of Georgia; fifth-round pick D.J. Alexander, an inside linebacker out of Oregon State; fifth-round pick James O’Shaughnessy, a tight end out of Illinois State; sixth-round pick Rakeem Nunez-Roches, a defensive tackle out of Southern Miss; and seventh-round pick Da’Ron Brown, a receiver out of Northern Illinois.
The Chiefs also drafted Washington cornerback Marcus Peters in the first round and Oregon State cornerback Steven Nelson in the third round.
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The Chiefs’ annual rookie minicamp begins Saturday and will conclude Monday. You can find a list of undrafted free agents and tryout players here.