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Chiefs Attend Josh Gordon's Pro Day Ahead Of Supplemental Draft

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Josh Gordon NCAA Football: Kansas State at Baylor © Brett Davis | 23 Oct 2010
Josh Gordon NCAA Football: Kansas State at Baylor © Brett Davis | 23 Oct 2010

Josh Gordon hasn't played for Baylor since the 2010 season but he's entering the 2012 NFL Supplemental Draft, which is scheduled for this Thursday, July 12. It's all done over email so there won't be TV networks covering the event but that doesn't mean there isn't good talent available.

Gordon is believed to be the top candidate in the Supplemental Draft, with some predicting he'll go as high as the second or third round.

On Tuesday, he held a pro day for scouts from 21 NFL teams. One of those teams, according to Adam Caplan, was the Kansas City Chiefs.

Other teams in attendance, according to Caplan: Browns, Eagles, Cowboys, Bears, Seahawks, Colts, 49ers, Redskins, Bills, Texans, Patriots, Vikings and Saints.

The way this thing works is each team will put in a bid on a player, whatever round they would select him in, and the highest bid wins the rights to the player, but also gives up that corresponding draft pick in 2013.

So if the Chiefs want to place a first round bid, they could. But then they'd give up a first round pick in 2013. That doesn't seem like something they would do.

Here's some more info on Gordon's pro day and more at Mocking The Draft. Seems like he had a good day.

Any interest in using a second or third round pick on him?