Kansas City Chiefs legend and Pro Football Hall of Famer Will Shields is scheduled to make the team’s selections on night two of the NFL Draft this Friday, April 30. This year’s draft is being held in Cleveland, Ohio.
Night two includes the second and third rounds — and the Chiefs hold the 63rd overall pick in the second round and the 94th overall pick in the third round.
We will see if they still hold both picks after night one — when the Chiefs are currently set to pick 31st in the first round. A first-round trade-up would likely require at least one of those night-two picks.
Shields is one of seven Hall of Famers scheduled to make selections on night two. Joe DeLamielleure (Bills), Anthony Muñoz (Bengals), Drew Pearson (Cowboys), Orlando Pace (Rams), John Randle (Vikings) and Franco Harris (Steelers) will also be making selections.
Shields was a third-rounder for the Chiefs back in the 1993 NFL Draft. He went on to play 14 seasons, which included seven All-Pro nods and 12 straight Pro Bowls to end his career.