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NFL Draft 2013: Andy Reid is asked when the Chiefs will decide on the No. 1 pick

Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid appeared on NBC Sports' Pro Football Talk and as expected was asked who the Chiefs will select with the No. 1 pick in the 2013 NFL Draft. Reid said he would soon be sitting down with the GM to figure that out.


Update: The Kansas City Chiefs don't know who they'll pick at No. 1.

But that doesn't stop Andy Reid from being asked about it. And it doesn't stop us from trying to glean any clues from what he says.

Unfortunately today's update isn't anything juicy. Reid was on NBC Sports Network, talking about the Eagles and Chip Kelly (more on that later) and of course the Chiefs No. 1 pick in the 2013 NFL Draft.

Asked when the Chiefs plan to decide on the No. 1 pick, Reid said he will sit down with GM John Dorsey at some point down the road.

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"John Dorsey and I will get together. We were able to bring Dorsey to the Kansas City Chiefs. I thought Clark Hunt did a phenomanal job throughout that whole process. He sat in on every GM interview and those things take up to eight hours to knock out so it's not just an easy process to do. He came up with John Dorsey.

"John's track record speaks for itself while he was at the Green Bay Packers. He and Ted Thompson put together a phenomenal group of players that played for that organization. When you ask me that question, I'm going to have an opportunity to sit down and John does this 365 days of the year. This is what he does is find players. I'll sit down with him and he'll coach me up on it and we'll come to the decision of who will be that No. 1 pick will be."

I'm am impatient person. This is gonna be a long offseason for me, isn't it?

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