Dorsey likes to search odd places for talent

"I was down at the [high school] all-star game maybe two or three years ago, Texas vs. the Nation. I happened to be out to dinner and was talking to some gentleman and he started talking about great high school players from Arkansas who didn’t play football in college. He said to keep an eye on [Harris] because he was all-state and this and that. I always have a Franklin planner with me where I keep notes. I just wrote down his name with the note to research him when he was eligible for the draft.

Kansas City Chiefs' John Dorsey likes to search odd places for talent - ESPN

What the Cover 1 is really about with in-game screen shots

Really shows the different variences of the cover 1, and the need for a reliable, athletic free safety. This post also shows how much our secondary comes into play when draft day comes around, Dorsey will most likely be targeting big, incredibly athletic cornerbacks in the middle rounds that have a high ceiling. No matter what happens on draft day, anything will be an improvement over last years crop of starters for the back end. from the fanposts by ThoseGoshDarnChiefs29

Andy Reid after he gets who he wants in the draft

Ha, I laughed...

Kirk Cousins

Kirk Cousins - QB - Redskins The Cleveland Plain Dealer suggests the Browns could target Kirk Cousins in a draft-day trade. "It's all on the table. It might even include trade discussions for Kirk Cousins," writes beat reporter Mary Kay Cabot. The Browns have ten picks in the upcoming draft, while the Redskins are without a first-rounder and may be looking for additional selections in what is widely considered the deepest draft in recent memory. The Redskins are reportedly seeking a second-round pick for Cousins. That's not going to happen. We bet they'd take a third-rounder. Ultimately, Cousins is likely to be holding the clipboard as Washington's backup in 2014. Related: Browns Source: Cleveland Plain Dealer Apr 20 - 10:20 AM

Hmmm, LaMicheal James

LaMichael James - RB - 49ers ESPN's Adam Teicher suggests the Chiefs could pursue RB LaMichael James. The 49ers are currently shopping James and could eventually release him. Kansas City is unlikely to have much interest in James as a running back, but he could help replace Dexter McCluster's role on special teams. The 61st overall pick in 2012, James has appeared in just 14 games the last two seasons. Related: Chiefs Source: Apr 19 - 6:10 PM

Dominique Easley

The St. Louis Rams, Oakland Raiders, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Arizona Cardinals, Dallas Cowboys, Jacksonville Jaguars, Baltimore Ravens, New York Giants, San Diego Chargers, Tennessee Titans and Kansas City Chiefs were also on hand, according to ESPN's Jeff Barlis. Easley reportedly impressed them despite only being "80 percent" recovered from his ACL injury.

Who wants to join the AP mock draft?

We're missing BuckTheFroncos with the Lions pick at No. 10 overall. Tell me in the comments if you want to be the Lions GM, and you're on the clock.

AP mock draft

Chiefs o-line spending

Chiefs are 31st in the NFL in cap expenditures on their offensive line.

Chiefs could look at another kicker (probably just for the offseason)

[Former Nebraska kicker Brett] Maher was one of three kickers at the camp, and said he is also waiting to hear whether a tryout with the Kansas City Chiefs will materialize.

Former Husker Brett Maher kicks for CFL team
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