The Kansas City Chiefs have not yet officially signed their 2015 draft picks yet but the KC Star's Terez Paylor reports four of them have agreed to terms: C Mitch Morse, LB Ramik Wilson, LB DJ Alexander and DT Rakeem Nunez-Roches.
Morse was the Chiefs second round pick. He is expected to compete at center after playing multiple position on the line at Mizzou. He will be competing with Eric Kush. Wilson was the Chiefs fourth round pick out of Georgia and projects to inside linebacker as does Alexander, who was a fifth round pick out of Oregon state. Meanwhile, Rakeem Nunez-Roches played at Southern Miss before the Chiefs picked him up in the sixth round.
We don't know the details of the exact contracts yet but here's how much the players selected in the same spot last yearwere paid:
49. Jets TE Jace Amaro: 4-year, $4.29M (Morse)
118. Steelers WR Martavis Bryant: 4-year, $2.72M (Wilson)
172. Seahawks DT Jimmy Staten: 4-year, $2.38 (Alexander)
217. Washington TE Ted Bolser: 4-year, $2.29M (Nunez-Roches)
This leaves five Chiefs draft picks unsigned: First round pick CB Marcus Peters, third round pick WR Chris Conley, third round pick CB Steven Nelson, fifth round pick TE James O'Shaughnessy and seventh round pick WR Da'Ron Brown.