Found May 26, 2013 on Football Nation:
The Kansas City Chiefs were the lucky team with the No. 1 draft pick in 2013 after posting a 2-14 record last season.To go along with that top pick they hired offensive mastermind, head coach Andy Reid, and traded for quarterback Alex Smith to get this team back to the top of the AFC West.Here is the draft class that Reid and Smith have to work with in their first season in Kansas City.Kansas City Chiefs 2013 Rookie ClassDraft Picks1st Round: Eric Fisher - Offensive Tackle3rd Round: Travis Kelce - Tight End3rd Round: Knile Davis - Running Back4th Round: Nico Johnson - Inside Linebacker5th Round: Sanders Commings - Cornerback6th Round: Eric Kush - Center6th Round: Braden Wilson - Fullback7th Round: Mike Catapana - Defensive End Undrafted Free Agent RookiesTyler Bray - QuarterbackDarin Drakeford - LinebackerOtha Foster – Defensive BackFrankie Hammond Jr. - Wide ReceiverDemetrius Harris – Tight EndA.J. Hawkins – Offensive Line Colin Kelly – Offensive Line Rob Lohr – Defensive End Brad ...
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