Looking Back: Chiefs Third-Round Picks from The Mothership
The Kansas City Chiefs have several well-known and very productive players who were selected in the third round of the NFL Draft. We continue our Chiefs draft history below, taking a look at the players selected in round three of the draft, during the last 20 years, including stats from their rookie seasons.
2013 NFL Draft
Travis Kelce- 63rd overall
Chiefs Spotlight: Arrowhead Tours from The Mothership
There are many options when choosing a tour at Arrowhead, including the Self-Guided Tour, public or private Guided Tour, the Game Day Tour and the tour through the Sports Lab powered by Blue KC.
"Stadium tours give fans the opportunity to make Arrowhead Stadium a year-round destination and experience it behind-the-scenes," Ashley Muffitt, Ticket Sales Coordinator, noted. "Super fans can take a Game Day Tour, or school groups can take a tour through the Sports Lab powered by Blue KC or there are the Self-Guided tours. The demand for stadium tours continues to grow; it's an incredible experience."
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KCChiefs.com Photo Gallery: Round 3 Draft Picks
Was Andre Rison KC's Last Elite WR? from ESPN
My opinion? Other than perhaps Taylor, I'm not sure the Chiefs have ever had an elite wide receiver. They've had some very good ones and some who had outstanding but isolated seasons, like Dwayne Bowe in 2010, Derrick Alexander in 2000, and Rison in 1997.
Which Top WRs Fit The KC Profile? from ESPN
For the Chiefs, maybe none. Clemson's Sammy Watkins and Texas A&M's Mike Evans look like future stars, but they'll be long gone by the time the Chiefs make their first pick.
I also think LSU's Odell Beckham Jr. would look good with the Chiefs because of his speed, his ability to run after the catch and his skill as a kick returner. But it's probably wishful thinking to expect Beckham to be available to the Chiefs as well.
2014 NFL Mock Draft: Patriots Take Athletic Pass-Rushing Defensive End from NESN
23. Kansas City Chiefs (11-5): Ra'Shede Hageman, defensive lineman, Minnesota The Chiefs let Tyson Jackson walk in free agency, and they could use another defensive lineman to rotate with Allen Bailey and Mike DeVito at five-technique defensive end. Hageman has effort question marks but tons of upside.
AFC West Draft Needs: Broncos Must Find Precious Balance from FOX Sports
I won't be surprised if they're looking to draft a few defensive backs -- such as cornerbacks Jason Verrett of TCU, Bradley Roby of Ohio State or Terrance Mitchell of Oregon and free safety Calvin Pryor of Louisville -- along with a WR to help Alex Smith and Jamaal Charles. Florida State's Kelvin Benjamin, USC's Marqise Lee and Oregon State's Brandin Cooks could all be WR targets for Kansas City.
Love Your Sibling! It's National Sibling Day from NBC Philadelphia
The Philadelphia Eagles tweeted an image of Eagles player Jason Kelce and his younger brother Travis who plays for the Kansas City Chiefs.