Interesting words from John Dorsey after the Kansas City Chiefs traded out of the first round. Dorsey was asked by the Kansas City media for some of his surprises following round one and Dorsey quickly said that the biggest surprise was that UCLA LB Myles Jack is still on the board. Once thought to be a top 10 pick, medical questions appear to have dropped Jack down the board.
While Dorsey refused to talk about a player's medicals, he did say that Jack is a good football player and indicated that the medicals were involved here because it wasn't due to his play on the field.
So the obvious question, do the Chiefs take Jack at 37?
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I'm not even sure he's there. I actually doubt he will be. Dorsey said he thought Jack would go early in the second round now. I'm not sure if that meant early as in before the Chiefs pick.
Jack has some medical questions on his knee. He was quoted this week indicating that its possible he'll need surgerylater in his career. Teams want to know their first round pick can play for them for 10 years so that's why it sounds like some teams hesitated on Jack.
Will Chiefs take him in round two?