On Thursday morning, Matt Conner of Arrowhead Pride and SB Nation Kansas City talked about the NFL's Supplemental Draft saying not to expect much from the Chiefs in the 2010 version of the summer draft.
Turns out, he was right.
Harvey Unga was drafted by the Bears in the 7th round and Joshua Brent-Price was drafted by the Cowboys in the 7th. Other than that, no players were taken.
The other two players that entered their names to the draft -- fullback Vaness Emokpae and running back Quentin Castille -- now become unrestricted free agents.
Unga had reportedly caught the Chiefs eye. They reportedly visited with him twice and attended his workout.
By virtue of who selected Unga and Brent-Price, we know the Chiefs did not put a bid in on anyone.