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NFL Draft 2013: Kansas City Chiefs visit with defensive lineman

The Kansas City Chiefs continue working players out ahead of the 2013 NFL Draft. The latest is Colorado defensive lineman Will Pericak, who visited Kansas City earlier, according to the Baltimore Sun.

Jed Jacobsohn

Will Pericak 6'4, 296-pound defensive lineman out of Colorado who has visited multiple NFL teams already. Pericak was not invited to the 2013 NFL Combine, which is probably the reason the Chiefs wanted to visit with him since they didn't have an opportunity to in Indy.

He started 48 games in his Colorado career which is a lot. Half the battle in the NFL is just being available to play so that he's a consistent starter is always a good sign.

Defensive line is an area the Chiefs are always going to be seeking role players. Because of the size required to play defensive line, it's hard to find quality players who can are not only capable but can stay healthy and play a lot of snaps.

Like Old Man Thorman, Pericak is a diabetic.

As of now, it appears the Chiefs defensive line will include Tyson Jackson and Mike DeVito on the ends and Dontari Poe in the middle.

He has also visited the Baltimore Ravens and San Diego Chargers, according to the Baltimore Sun.

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Chiefs visit with a basketball player

Dee Milliner coming to KC

Eric Fisher talks about meeting the Chiefs

Chiefs meet a player from Harvard

KC eyes a safety at Oregon pro day