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The Kansas City Chiefs have signed half of their eight-player rookie draft class, including running back Cyrus Gray, wide reciever Junior Hemingway, defensive tackle Jerome Long and wide receiver Devon Wylie. Gray was drafted in the sixth round after rushing for 3,298 yards and 30 touchdowns at Texas A&M. Hemingway was drafted in the seventh round after hauling in 88 receptions for 1,638 yards with 11 touchdowns at Michigan. Long is a seventh-rounder from San Diego State, registering 163 career tackles, with 17 1/2 tackles for loss and nine sacks. Wylie was selected in the fourth round out of Fresno State, recording 98 receptions for 1,327 yards and eight touchdowns. Source: Scout.com
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