Found February 11, 2012 on Football Nation:
  1. Offensive Tackle   One name is synonymous with eye-rolling in Kansas City: Barry Richardson.    The former Clemson Tiger finished the 2011 season as Kansas City’s starting right tackle after Ryan O’Callaghan was placed on injured reserve. To his credit, Richardson is dynamic and capable of playing every position on the offensive line. However, Dana White could place a piñata in The Ultimate Fighter house, and it would still be beaten less than Barry Richardson.    Much like his aforementioned counterpart, Ryan O’Callaghan is an efficient backup, but far from the long-term answer.    Kansas City will undoubtedly attempt to fill this void in an offensive tackle-heavy Draft. Although the name “Devon Still” is becoming more popular by the day amongst Chiefs fans, right tackles such as Bobby Massie (Mississippi) and Levy Adcock (Oklahoma State) should still be on the board entering the second round.     2. Defensive End   The last time Kansas City had a threatening ...
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