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(1st overall) Eric Fisher (Draft Profile) (63rd overall) Travis Kelce (Draft Profile (96th overall) Knile Davis (Draft Profile) (99th overall) Nico Johnson (Draft Profile) (134th overall) Sanders Commings (Draft Profile) (170th overall) Eric Kush (Draft Profile) (204th overall) Braden Wilson (Draft Profile) (207th overall) Mike Catapano (Draft Profile) Take Our Poll This has been read 0 times

Chiefs expected trade Branden Albert at some point

According to Jason Cole of Yahoo! Sports, the Kansas City Chiefs are still expected trade offensive tackle Branden Albert at some point. The long-discussed trade of Albert from Kansas City to Miami never materialized, even though the Dolphins were willing to meet Albert’s contract demands. Miami general manager Jeff Ireland indicated that everything was pretty much dead on the...

Chiefs sign Vols’ QB Tyler Bray

According to Field Yates of, former Tennessee Volunteers quarterback Tyler Bray has signed with the Kansas City Chiefs. Bray went undrafted and it was reported earlier that he had signed with the Dolphins.  He likely changed his mind at the last minute and went with the Chiefs. Bray has a very strong arm and has a shot at sticking on a roster somewhere ,if he gets...

NFL Mock Draft – the results of the first round

Well the first round of the 2013 NFL draft is completed.  I have added the results of each selection after my choices to show the comparison.  As you can see I matched 4 of the 32 selections in the correct spots.  Lots of questions with players like Geno Sith and Manti Te’o still on the board and no RB taken for the first time since 1963.  The Vikings are the big winners by...

Chiefs use seventh-round pick on DE Catapano

The Kansas City Chiefs used the first pick in the seventh round on Mike Catapano, a defensive end out of Princeton and the third Ivy League player selected. Cornell offensive tackle J.C. Trett went in the fourth round to the Packers, eight spots ahead of Harvard fullback Kyle Juszczyk, who was drafted by the Ravens. Catapano was not invited to the annual scouting combine, but participated...

QB Tyler Bray Leads Chiefs UFA List

When the NFL Draft came to an end Saturday night the Kansas City Chiefs set their sights on the undrafted free agent market. And atop their wish list, was a young quarterback they considered drafting earlier in the day.

Eric Winston Still An Option For The Dolphins

Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald reports that the Dolphins have “maintained a steady dialogue” with free agent RT Eric Winston. Miami could really use some help at offensive tackle and there has been rumors circulating for months now that they could sign a free agent, draft someone or trade for Chiefs LT Branden Albert. Miami chose to not deal one of their two-second round...

Chiefs Round #3: TE Travis Kelce

Even though the Kansas City Chiefs signed veteran, Anthony Fasano, in free agency that didn’t stop them from taking one of the most versatile offensive players in this draft by selecting Cincinnati Bearcat Tight End, Travis Kelce.

Brandon Albert likely staying in Kansas City for now

According to Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald,  Dolphins general manage Jeff Ireland doesn’t seem optimistic that they’ll be able to get a trade completed to acquire offensive tackle Brandon Albert from the Chiefs. Jeff Ireland says Brandon Albert trade “Is not going to really amount to much, my personal opinion.” But adds, “never say never.” — Armando Salguero...

Two Diamonds drafted: Both Mike Catapano and David Bass Jr were draft picks

Mike Catapano fell to the 7th round before getting scooped up by the Kansas City Chiefs.  The DE from Princeton is readier than ever to contribute to the Chiefs. “I am so excited for this opportunity, I cannot wait to be in Kansas City.  I want to put on the pads.  I am thankful for this opportunity and hope to contribute right away.” – Mike Catapano Mike Catapano is considered...

Luke Joeckel Will Remember Being Passed Over by Chiefs ‘Every Single Day’

The Kansas City Chiefs drafted Central Michigan tackle Eric Fisher with the first overall pick on Thursday. Luke Joeckel, the No. 2 overall selection, will not soon forget that. Joeckel had been the No. 1 prospect on a number of big boards in the weeks leading up to the NFL draft, but the Chiefs pulled a mild surprise by deciding to choose Fisher over his Texas A&M counterpart...

Report: Brandon Albert trade talks going cold between the Dolphins and Chiefs

According to ESPNs Chris Mortensen, it sounds like trade talks between the Chiefs and Dolphins might be going cold.  Offensive tackle Brandon Albert may end up staying in Kansas City after all. Things still sound “cold” on Branden Albert talks with #Chiefs and #Dolphins. @espnnfl — Chris Mortensen (@mortreport) April 26, 2013 I still believe something can get done at the...

California University of Pennsylvania

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) The Kansas City Chiefs added depth to their offensive line Saturday by picking Eric Kush in the sixth round of the NFL draft. Kush played center for California University, a Division II school in Pennsylvania. The Chiefs lost center Rodney Hudson to a season-ending broken bone in his left leg three games into last season. Ryan Lilja slid over from guard to...

Downtown’s 3rd Round Draft Grades

With the first two rounds in the books, NFL GM’s continue to try and make their money with another pivotal round. Again lets take a look at just how well teams did with their third round selections. 63. Kansas City Chiefs – TE from Cincinnati – Travis Kelce – Very good vertical threat here but more »
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