The Chiefs now have all nine of their draft picks officially under contract.
They agreed to deals with Washington cornerback Marcus Peters, their first-round pick, and Oregon State cornerback Steven Nelson, one of two third-round picks, the team announced Friday.
Earlier this week, the Chiefs finalized deals with second-round pick Mitch Morse, a center out of Missouri, third-round pick Chris Conley, a receiver out of Georgia, 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' annual rookie minicamp begins Saturday and will conclude on Monday. You can find a list of undrafted free agents and tryout players here.
The Chiefs also signed defensive lineman Charles Tuaau, an undrafted free agent out of Texas A&M-Commerce, and released defensive tackle Hebron Fangupo and tight end Brandon Barden, bringing the team's overall roster total to 89 — one spot under the maximum roster size of 90.