A Historical Look at the Chiefs' Seventh-Round Draft Picks from The Mothership
- The Chiefs have drafted one future Pro Bowler in the seventh round since 1967: defensive back Kevin Ross, drafted in 1984. Ross made the Pro Bowl in 1989 and 1990.
- The Chiefs have drafted one future All-Pro in the seventh round since 1967: offensive lineman Dave Szott, drafted in 1990. Szott was an All-Pro in 1997.
- The positions defensive back and offensive lineman are tied for the two most popular positions. The Chiefs have drafted 10 players of each position since 1967.
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Eric Berry attends Vols practice from The Tennessean
Kansas City Chiefs safety Eric Berry attended Tennessee's second scrimmage of the spring on Saturday as part of the program's Family Day.
Berry, who has been battling Hodgkin's lymphoma, a December diagnosis, chatted with his brothers, current Vols Evan and Elliott, and Tennessee coach Butch Jones.
Eric Berry attends family day at Tennessee from 247Sports
Berry visited with coach Butch Jones on the field, caught up with his younger brothers Elliott and Evan and spent time with some of the coaches as well.
You can see part of Eric Berry's day in the photos and tweets below.
You have a better chance of hitting the lottery or getting struck by lightning. The Chiefs are committed to Smith for better or for worse. He would cost them $40 million against their cap if he's released. Then there's the cost to get up to the top of the draft to be in position to get Marcus Mariota, the Oregon quarterback. The price to go from 18, where the Chiefs are, to, say, 2, is prohibitive. Mel Kiper Jr. is right in that Mariota would be a good fit for Andy Reid and the Chiefs. But it won't happen.
The kids all came from military families who have lost a service member, have one currently deployed, wounded or a veteran.
There were five former Chiefs players to teach them everything from tackling to touchdown dances. They even played a scrimmage with the kids to test their new skills.
Adrian Coxson upbeat about Jets, Giants workouts, Chiefs visit, says arrow is pointing up from The Baltimore Sun
During the Chiefs visit, Coxson met coach Andy Reid.
"That was a great visit," Coxson said. "I learned a lot about their scheme and offense and special teams and how they do things."
Coxson is upbeat about his outlook for the draft and is hopeful now of being drafted.
"I definitely feel like the arrow is pointing up," Coxson said. "People are actually starting to notice my skill set. That's a great feeling."
Former Fresno State offensive guard Cody Wichmann met with the Kansas City Chiefs for eight hours Wednesday, undergoing what the lineman said were medical tests.
Wichmann met with the Atlanta Falcons after a solid Fresno State Pro Day, and the All-Mountain West Conference first-team selection received more attention when the Chiefs came calling. He flew to Kansas City on Tuesday and met the coaching staff the next day. He also met with offensive line coaches for the Cincinnati Bengals and New England Patriots after the pro day.
Del-Val WR Rasheed Bailey works out with the Eagles, on NFL draft radar from Montgomery Media
One of those pinch-yourself moments came Wednesday for Bailey, as he worked out at the NovaCare Complex for the Philadelphia Eagles. Projected anywhere from a sixth round pick to an undrafted free agent, Bailey has also been shown interest by the Buffalo Bills, Indianapolis Colts and Kansas City Chiefs. Although D III football players getting looks during the draft are few and far between, Bailey set himself apart in his four-year career in Doylestown. The 6-2, 205 lb. wideout re-wrote the record books at Del Val, catching 165 passes for a school-record 3,138 yards and 29 touchdowns.
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