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Patrick Mahomes perfectly predicts LeBron James' 45-point game 7 performance | Texas Tech Diehards

Earlier on Sunday, the Kansas City Chiefs quarterback and former Texas Tech star predicted on Twitter that Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James would score 45 points in game 7 vs. the Indiana Pacers in round one of the NBA Playoffs.

And what did James do? Score exactly 45 points as Cleveland defeated Indiana, 105-101, to advance to the next round.

The curious case of Tennessee football product Kahlil McKenzie's move to offense | SEC Country

McKenzie said in a post-draft interview posted on Chiefs.com that his father, Oakland Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie, “always wanted me to play offensive line.”

Father knew best, but Kahlil wanted the chance to play on the defensive line in college.

Offensive lineman Ryan Hunter agrees to terms with Kansas City Chiefs | Ottawa Citizen

Laurent-Duvernay Tardif has another Canadian to speak French with in the Kansas City Chiefs locker-room.

The Chiefs agreed to terms with Canadian offensive lineman Ryan Hunter on Saturday night after Hunter was bypassed in the NFL draft. Duvernay-Tardif, a native of Mont-Saint-Hilaire, Que., who's also a starting offensive guard with Kansas City, spoke with Hunter via telephone Friday night.

Seminole Central: Two 'Noles taken in first 3 rounds of NFL Draft | Tallahasse.com

After Derwin James was selected 17th overall by the Los Angeles Chargers in Thursday's first round of the NFL Draft, defensive tackle Derrick Nnadi became the second Seminole off the board when he was taken in the third round on Friday.

S Armani Watts could provide solid backup for Eric Berry in Kansas City | SportsDay

Last year, the Chiefs had the 28th ranked defense and 29th ranked pass defense recording just eight interceptions, which was the second-lowest total in the NFL.

Watts provides a versatile on-ball defender who pinpoints plays for the Chiefs.

Chiefs load up on defense on final day of NFL draft | Columbia Daily Tribune

Brett Veach thought he was in good shape offensively after adding wide receiver Sammy Watkins in free agency, and that the Kansas City Chiefs’ most pressing needs were entirely on defense.

So, he used the entire draft to address them.

Four Rebels selected in 2018 NFL Draft, Speaks goes in second round | The Daily Mississippian | The Daily Mississippian

Speaks was seen as the Rebels’ best pro prospect due to his NFL size and ferocity coming off the edge, but had fallen on numerous teams’ draft boards due to conduct concerns. He was selected surprisingly early, as the 14th pick of the 2nd round by the Kansas City Chiefs after they traded up to select him.

NFL Mock Draft 2019: Dolphins, Bengals pick QBs; Jets take star defender | Sporting News

16. Kansas City Chiefs: Christian Miller, OLB, Alabama

With Justin Houston potentially entering his last year in Kansas City, the Chiefs might need to find a pass-rusher who can replace his value to the defense.

NFL Draft 2018: Breaking down former Clemson players' new NFL homes | Independent Mail

Where O'Daniel could immediately slide in is on special teams, where he was a standout for Clemson before blossoming as a defensive starter. At 6-foot-1, 223 pounds, he may need to bulk up before making an impact on defense, but it wouldn't be the first time he had to work his way onto the field.

Chiefs players excited about team's picks in NFL Draft | The Kansas City Star

If you're a Chiefs fan who will be watching the final day of the NFL Draft on Saturday, you might want to keep an eye on Chris Jones' Twitter feed.

Jones, a defensive tackle for the Chiefs, was tweeting during the second and third rounds on Friday night, and he liked what he saw.

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NFL Draft 2018: Winners and losers of draft weekend | SI.com

From John Dorsey and Steve Keim to Joe Flacco and Jon Gruden, we take stock of 2018 NFL draft weekend and see who emerged on top and who did not.

Ozzie Newsome 'emotional' after his final Ravens draft | NFL.com

"It was emotional," Newsome said, per ESPN's Jamison Hensley. "The kid told me that he was going to make me proud."

Rams trade Tavon Austin to Cowboys for sixth-rounder | NFL.com

The Los Angeles Rams traded wide receiver Tavon Austin to the Dallas Cowboys in exchange for the 192nd overall pick in this year's draft, the Rams announced Saturday.

Colts GM never took Andrew Luck trade offers seriously | NFL.com

"Look, we had some calls last year at the trade deadline," Ballard said, per the team's official website. "And I just -- come on man. I'm not taking those seriously.

"We're not trading Andrew Luck. I'm not putting that on my resumé."

Mr. Irrelevant: SMU WR Trey Quinn is draft's final pick | NFL.com

SMU WR Trey Quinn was the final pick of the 2018 NFL Draft by the Washington Redskins.

NFL player makes medical marijuana history | CNN

Suddenly, "my pain subsided," James told CNN Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta in an exclusive interview in the documentary "Weed 4: Pot vs. Pills," which aired Sunday night.

"I never had something where I could be coherent and still have pain relief," he said.

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Meet the 6 new Chiefs players

Speaks is a player with a good athletic profile who tested well at the NFL Combine. On the field, he flashes the traits but struggles to be consistent. His pass rushes get stalled too much for my liking, and his eye discipline needs work. Is there a lot to work with? Yes. Is he ready to contribute right away? I don’t know. There is a path for Speaks to develop into a nice interior lineman. I just didn’t like the pick that early on an overpay in draft capital.

Chiefs 2018 NFL Draft grades are in: mixed reviews

The NFL Draft has come and gone, and now the analysts are weighing in.