At the NFL Combine in February (which seems like an eternity ago), Notre Dame WR Golden Tate told reporters, including AP's Matt Conner, that he wouldn't mind one bit to playing for his former coach Charlie Weis.
"It's always a dream to play for the coach who taught you and made you into the receiver that you are," Tate said.
Then it's a good thing he put in a solid showing at Notre Dame's pro day on Tuesday.
NFL.com's Gil Brandt calls Tate an early second round pick and said he "caught the ball well in position drills." Tate did not perform any other workouts preferring to stand on his Combine numbers.
The Chiefs of course qualify under the "early second round pick" category.
If the Chiefs decide to attend Jimmy Clausen's workout for NFL scouts on April 9th, then they can get another up-close look at Tate, who will catch passes from Clausen that day.
However, it's definitely not necessary for the Chiefs to attend Clausen's workout or the Notre Dame pro day for that matter.
Charlie Weis is the one who recruited every player on the roster. They may know more about the ND roster than any other team in the NFL.