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Chiefs Showing Interest In More Non-First Round Safeties

The Kansas City Chiefs sure do like keeping all their options open. Once again, they're working out a couple of strong safeties in preparation for April's NFL Draft.

Who knows if this is a smoke screen and Eric Berry will really be the man with the No. 5 pick but it can't hurt to explore all your options.

First up is T.J. Ward from Oregon who recently ran the forty yard dash between 4.47-4.54 seconds. He weighed in at 5'10" an 211 pounds. He said he has put on ten pounds of muscle.

Ward has also worked out with the Rams.

Ward figures to be drafted in the middle rounds. On the high, round two is a possibility and on the low round four.

The Chiefs have also been expressing interest in William and Mary safety David Caldwell. The Patriots are also expressing interest (Surprise!) he says.

Caldwell is about the same size as Ward at 5'11" and 212 pounds but isn't projected to be drafted.

(H/T oldchiefsfan and Arrowheadlines)

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