Chiefs NFL Draft news and rumors


Post-draft power rankings differ on the Chiefs

Are the Chiefs top 10? Or merely average?

Post-draft power rankings differ on the Chiefs


Are the Chiefs top 10? Or merely average?

2015 mocks pick up where 2014 left off


What's the only thing more pointless than a 2014 NFL mock draft? A 2015 mock draft!

Expected contract for Chiefs draft picks


A summary of what the Kansas City Chiefs are expected to pay each of their six 2014 draft picks.

Chiefs sign 6th rounder Laurent Duvernay-Tardif


Sixth round pick Laurent Duvernay-Tardif becomes the second KC Chiefs draft pick to sign.

Andy Reid talks Tamba, Alex, Dee and more


Chiefs head coach Andy Reid went on 810 WHB on Tuesday talking about the Kansas City Chiefs 2014 draft picks, including Dee Ford and De'Anthony Thomas, as well as Alex Smith's contract talks and...

Chiefs show interest in injured prospect


Jirik’s draft eligibility is over with the conclusion of this year’s draft but he’ll enter free agency and can sign with any team that expresses interest. He did receive a contract offer from the Kansas City Chiefs following the draft but couldn’t sign because of his injury. The Chiefs wanted him as an outside linebacker for their 3-4 zone defense, Jirik said. Jirik attracted the attention of other teams earlier in the process of preparing for the draft, he said.

Northfield's Jirik rehabs shoulder, postpones plans for NFL - Northfield MN: Local

Chiefs sixth round pick drafted into the CFL, too


He's from Canada. They call him Larry.

Ranking Chiefs draft picks by year one impact


Which Kansas City Chiefs draft picks will have the biggest impact in year one? We say De'Anthony Thomas. You might say Dee Ford. Read on for our rankings.

Chiefs sign 6th round pick Zach Fulton


The KC Chiefs have already inked a contract for one of their draft picks, sixth round pick Zach Fulton.

The Dee Ford film review


Taking a look at the Kansas City Chiefs first round pick, Auburn LB Dee Ford.


10 things to know about Phillip Gaines


Rice CB Phillip Gaines was the Kansas City Chiefs 87th overall pick in the 2014 NFL Draft. Get to know Gaines better with these 10 things to know.

Chiefs draft picks as high school recruits


Among the KC Chiefs six 2014 NFL Draft picks, Oregon's De'Anthony Thomas was the star of the high school recruiting scene. Take a look at how the Chiefs draft picks were rated as high school recruits.

Dorsey called the first round


"The board John (Dorsey) put together almost called (the first round) to a tee. He told me that morning he thought there was a chance Dee Ford might be available (at the 23rd pick), and if he was, he would be one of our top considerations. Sure enough, it went just like that. I said: 'John I can’t believe it. You hit it on the spot, and we got Dee.'"

Hunt discusses NFL draft, coming season - Kansas City Business Journal

Making sense of the Chiefs draft


The Draft happened. The Chiefs made some picks. I tried to figure out what it all means. I give myself a C-.

Chiefs rookie numbers: Aaron Murray wearing No. 7


Jersey numbers for the KC Chiefs 2014 draft picks are out.

Chiefs sign 6 UDFAs, cut 2 others


This afternoon, the Kansas City Chiefs announced that they've officially signed six undrafted free agents.

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