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January 29, 2014 1:21 PM

Chiefs made draft pick just before Seattle took Russell Wilson in 2012

The Chiefs, like 31 other teams, passed on quarterback Russell Wilson of Wisconsin through two rounds of the 2012 NFL Draft and had the 11th pick (74th overall) in the third round, one spot ahead of Seattle. The Seahawks had targeted Wilson as early as the second round but took linebacker Bobby Wagner of Utah State instead. Then they sweated it out before the Chiefs selected offensive tackle Donald Stephenson of Oklahoma.

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