The Kansas City Chiefs attended the Wisconsin pro day on Wednesday according to a few reports. Brain Carriveau of CheeseheadTV.com attended the workout and on Twitter named a few of the teams in attendance: Steelers, Cardinals, Ravens, Packers, Bears, Redskins, Giants, and Jets.
Yes, because we're mentioning this, it means the Chiefs were there as well. Wisconsin has a lot of talent coming out this year so it's a good pro day to hit.
Draft prospects are potential first round picks DE J.J. Watt and OT Gabe Carimi. Watt's stock is rising and Carimi says most of the scouts he's talked to feel he's the best offensive tackle in the draft.
There are a few other prospects including OL John Moffitt, H-Back Lance Kendricks and RB John Clay. An anonymous (to us) Twitter user said the Chiefs were having dinner with C Bill Nagy which, if it isn't true, is a weird thing to lie about.
It's not always about seeing a guy work out at a pro day. Sometimes it's getting an opportunity to talk to them and some coaches figuring out how they work year-round. For example, if GM Scott Pioli visits a school (not necessarily on a pro day), he'll probably talk to someone like the equipment manager to get a different perspective on a player. That's stuff you may not get unless you actually go there.