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Mailbag, part I: Who will be Chiefs' first-round pick? from ESPN

That's a tough one, considering the variables involved. The Chiefs don't have a need so glaring they have to address it in the first round. There isn't much they could do in the first round from a positional standpoint that would surprise me. Having said that, cornerback could be a landing spot for the Chiefs with that 18th pick. If Michigan State's Trae Waynes should fall (unlikely), the Chiefs would probably not pass on him. LSU's Jalen Collins and Wake Forest's Kevin Johnson are other corners who are possibilities.

KCChiefs.com Photo Gallery: Behind The Scenes of the Cheer Poster Photo Shoot

Football: Vote for TCPalm's first Super 11 list for the Class of 2016 from TCPalm

High school spring football starts April 27, which means college coaches will be making their annual rounds across the state to see Florida's top prep players.

The Treasure Coast has been home to a number of outstanding college recruits the past few years, including Fort Pierce Westwood's Khalil Mack (Buffalo/Oakland Raiders), Vero Beach's Bryan Stork (Florida State/New England Patriots) and Port St. Lucie's Albert Wilson (Georgia State/Kansas City Chiefs).

‘Shock The World' about Jesse Ventura's surprise rise to Governor at Tribeca/ESPN Sports Film Festival from The Miami Herald

Play It Forward, a documentary directed by Andrea Nevins, will have its world premiere on Thursday, April 16 as the opening gala of the Tribeca/ESPN Sports Film Festival. The film observes the sibling dynamic during a pivotal year between legendary Kansas City Chiefs and Atlanta Falcons tight end Tony Gonzalez and his older brother Chris, whose own football dreams were never realized. The documentary is produced by Cristan Reilly and executive produced by Michael Strahan and Constance Schwartz.

Balis Gets Results At UConn Pro Day from CTNow

"I'm just putting my head down and going to work," said Sherman, who was drafted by the Cardinals and just completed his second season in Kansas City. "John Dorsey [former UConn player, now the Chiefs general manager] gave me a great opportunity, bringing in a UConn guy and letting me show my thing a little bit.

"It's been fun out in Kansas City. I love it out there. I love [coach Andy] Reid, the whole organization has been great."

All-Pro second team? Not bad for a running back only carrying the ball five times with 14 yards in four seasons.