Chiefs trade pick #11, pick #107 (4th) to NE patriots for picks #27, #31, and #63 New england takes Melvin Ingram/Courtney Upshaw or Mark Barron, while it is unlike Belichek to trade up he has ammo and if he feels there is a guy that he wants at 11, that could be gone in the next few picks he might do it. THIS IS A DREAM SCENARIO.
1(27). Dont'a Hightower, ILB, Alabama
1(31). Jerel Worthy, DE/NT, Mich. St.
2(44). Andre Branch, OLB, Clemson
2(68). Kevin Zeitler, OG, Wisconsin
3(74). Trumaine Johnson, CB/S, Montana
5. Josh Chapman, NT, Alabama
6. Ryan Broyles, WR, Oklahoma
7. Tavon Wilson, SS, Illinois
7. Bradie Ewing, FB, Wisconsin
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That being said, I had Antonio Allen in the 4th but I decided to trade that pick and instead picked up tavon wilson in the 7th. For most of these draft slots I used <a href="http://walterfootball.com" >walterfootball.com</a> where they had Zeitler as a 2-3 rounder, personally I like Kelechi Osemele, G/OT, Iowa St. better because of versatility, but alot of chiefs fans and experts are projecting Zeitler to the Chiefs. As for Andre Branch I chose him over some other guys because of Romeo Crennel's comments the other day, “You can never have enough speed on your team, enough pass rushers on your team. We’re always looking for corners, we’re always looking for pass rushers, we’re always looking for speed receivers. If you can pick up some help in any of those areas, you’ve helped your team.” Andre Branch fits the bill.
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