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2013 NFL Draft: Who have the Kansas City Chiefs been talking to?

Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid said GM John Dorsey created a multi-school trip for the two of them to go out and scout prospects for the No. 1 pick. Where have they been so far?


Who is in play for the Kansas City Chiefs No. 1 overall pick? Judging by where the KC Chiefs have been lately, a lot of players. The Chiefs website has been tracking where GM John Dorsey and Andy Reid have been traveling in their scouting process. So we know which schools the Chiefs have been visiting lately. And we can usually figure out which prospect they're looking at. Going to Oklahoma, for example, is about left tackle Lane Johnson. Or Florida, which is about DT Sharrif Floyd.

What I've got below is a round-up of which schools the KC Chiefs have visited recently, and which players they could be potentially be looking at for the No. 1 pick. There will be more visits to come but as of now this is what we know about the Chiefs and the No. 1 pick.

March 14

Oregon (DE/LB Dion Jordan)

March 15

BYU (DE/LB Ziggy Ansah)

March 22

LSU (specific player not known)
Texas A&M (LT Luke Joeckel, DE/LB Damontre Moore)
Oklahoma (LT Lane Johnson)

March 25

Florida (DT Sharrif Floyd)
Georgia (DE/LB Jarvis Jones)
Alabama (specific player not known)

March 26

Central Michigan (LT Eric Fisher)

Among those not listed are quarterbacks -- Geno Smith is coming to KC for a visit, but that's the only one we know of -- as well as defensive tackle Star Lotulelei, who I thought the Chiefs would check out at some point (they still could ... or possibly already have).

Despite all this, the Chiefs still want to trade down. If there's a taker someplace.

More Chiefs draft news:

Tracking all of the Chiefs draft interests

Geno will visit KC ... so will Dee Milliner

Chiefs work out Sharrif Floyd ... And Matt Elam

Chiefs work out 3 Texas A&M players, including Joeckel

KC will meet with Jarvis Jones

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