May 10, 2014 9:42 PM

Chiefs mostly filled needs with six-man draft class

For a team with only six picks — because of last year’s Alex Smith trade — one could argue the Chiefs at least attempted to address every position of need in this draft, with the exception of outside receiver. Chiefs general manager John Dorsey addressed the pass rush and a lack of speed at cornerback, found a replacement for Dexter McCluster and in a most interesting move, took Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray.

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