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Chiefs At Tennessee State Pro Day to Check Out a Safety

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The National Football Post's Aaron Wilson, who has been all over these Chiefs scouting visits, tells us that the Kansas City Chiefs were on hand in Nashville yesterday to check out Tennessee St. safety Anthony Levine:

Tennessee State safety Anthony Levine, an NFL draft sleeper on the rise, boosted his stock with an impressive Pro Day workout today.

According to a league source, Levine fastest time in the 40-yard dash was 4.43 seconds, unofficially, and he bench pressed 225 pounds 19 times.

Also spotted on the TSU campus, per our source: the New York Jets, Tennessee Titans, San Francisco 49ers, Cleveland Browns, New York Giants, Chicago Bears, Kansas City Chiefs and the Philadelphia Eagles.

Levine is 6 ft. tall and weighs 193 pounds. Described as thickly built for someone of his height and weight, Levine is projected to go in the late rounds, if not undrafted.

Levine makes at least 10 safeties that the Chiefs are interested in drafting or signing. According to the number of reports we've come across, safety has been given the most interest by the Chiefs during this draft season.