Kansas City Chiefs Talk With A Defensive End At The NFL Combine

The Kansas City Chiefs, like every NFL team at the 2011 NFL Combine, will get to interview 60 players for 15 minutes each. We won't ever know the full list of players but reports are starting to trickle out about who the Chiefs have interviewed at the scouting combine.

One of those players is Miami defensive end Allen Bailey. Bailey said yesterday that he had spoken with the Chiefs, Falcons, Browns, Chargers and Bucs at the NFL Combine.

Bailey started every game for the Hurricanes last year as a senior. He is the 10th best defensive end according to NFL Draft Scout, who also has him projected to go in the second round of the 2011 NFL Draft. However, NFL Draft Scout's own Chad Reuter said Bailey may be a buyer beware situation.

Reuter said, "Bailey looks like a first-round pick without pads on and should put up outstanding combine workout numbers. But his inability to get off blocks outside and lack of girth inside (weighed in at just 278 pounds in Mobile) make him a classic 'tweener prospect likely to land in the mid-second to early-third rounds." Sounds like Bailey could be a potential linebacker as well, according to other draft profiles. 

And in case you were wondering, Bailey was a co-captain for the Miami Hurricanes in 2010. Full draft interests table is after the jump.

 

Click the header of a column to sort it. Click the player's name to learn more about the Chiefs' interest in them. 

Position Player School Projected Round Private Workout Senior Bowl Combine Pro Day Scouted 2010 Rumored Interest
S Quinton Carter Oklahoma 2
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OT Anthony Castonzo Boston College 2
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DT Christian Ballard Iowa 3
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G Stephen Schilling Michigan 3
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TE Luke Stocker Tennessee 3
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OT Jason Pinkston Pittsburgh 2
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WR Dwayne Harris East Carolina 5
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C Kris O’Dowd USC 5
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RB Bilal Powell Louisville 5
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DE Cameron Jordan Cal 2
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DE Allen Bailey Miami 2

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