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Arrowheadlines: Chiefs News 4/11

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Good morning, Kansas City Chiefs fans! Yes is stinks to be back at work this morning, but we've pulled some stories off the internet for you to help ease the pain. Enjoy.

Slated to pick 21st this year, recent draft history points to the Chiefs as likely candidates to swing a first-round trade. The 21st pick has been dealt three of the past four drafts and choices in the late teens and early 20s have proved especially active in recent years as well.

Scott Pioli owns a history as an active trade partner as well. He's executed a draft day trade each year he's served as Chiefs General Manager.

Recent Draft History Points to Trade at No. 21 from The Mothership

The assignment was this - starting with the combined AFL-NFL Drafts of 1967, choose the best and worst of the selections by the Chiefs over the last 44 years.

There were a couple hundred players drafted in that time, all the way from Gene Trosch, the first Kansas City selection in 1967, to Cameron Sheffield, the final player selected by the Chiefs in last year's draft.

According to the voting there's no doubt about whom Chiefs fans believe was the best and worst:

Best & Worst Chiefs Draft Choices from Bob Gretz

Many people don't need much of a reason to watch a group of former Nebraska football stars battle it out on the hardwood.

Eric Warfield is providing a good reason to do so.

For the second straight year, the former Nebraska and Kansas City Chiefs defensive back is putting on a benefit basketball game for Lighthouse, an after-school safe haven for Lincoln youth.

Warfield Gathers Ex-Huskers for Hoops Benefit from Husker Extra

Safety and Ohio native, Kurt Coleman and his father, Ron Coleman are shining a light on male breast cancer, which is rare but effects nearly 2,000 men each year...

...In March, Donald Washington of the Kansas City Chiefs' joined Kurt and Ron for An Evening with the Pros in Columbus at Stebbins High School, where Ron teaches. The evening included a discussion of many subjects including awareness, detection, and support.

Philadelphia Eagles' Kurt Coleman & Dad Give New Face to Breast Cancer Awareness from PR.com