The Chiefs are expected to target a receiver at some point in the 2010 NFL draft. As we sit here waiting for round two to start, the most common name linked to the Chiefs is Golden Tate.
As a slot guy, he fits a need and obviously has the Chiefs connection with his former college coach, Charlie Weis, now the Chiefs offensive coordinator.
However, Jay Glazer of FOXSports.com reports that a couple of Cowboys receivers could be available via trade -- Patrick Crayton and Sam Hurd.
Why should this pique the Chiefs interest?
Because both players were once coached by a young, spunky receivers coach named Todd Haley.
Crayton was once an undrafted free agent that came into Dallas for the local pro day. Hurd was a rookie in Haley's final year in Dallas.
We're not sure what any compensation would entail at this point but it's something to keep an eye on.