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Chiefs Showing Interest In Another Late Round Quarterback

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The Kansas City Chiefs are among a handful of teams showing interest in Holy Cross QB Dominic Randolph, according to Chris Steuber of Scout.com.

A four-year starter at Holy Cross, Randolph finished his career with the Crusaders throwing for 13,455 yards, which ranks fourth all-time in Football Championship Subdivision history, 117 touchdowns and 46 interceptions in 43 games. At 6-foot-2, 224 pounds, Randolph wasn't invited to the Scouting Combine, but participated in Boston College's Pro Day on March 11th and had a solid performance throwing the ball.

He seems to be what the Chiefs are looking for in a late round quarterback. Good size and lots of production and game tape.

Others showing interest include the Browns, Patriots, Bucs, Panthers and Eagles. He's also working out for the Giants and Bengals.

The Chiefs have shown interest in a handful of late round quarterbacks this draft period including Cincinnati's Tony PikeTroy's Levi Brown and Central Michigan's Dan LeFevour.