Kansas City Chiefs Rookie Breakdowns
With more defensive backs added this offseason than Kansas City fans have seen in many years, the Marshall product has been overshadowed thus far.
The Chiefs have struck gold on undrafted free agents before. Could the Georgia defensive lineman be next?
The Chiefs have struck gold on undrafted free agents before. Could the South Alabama linebacker be next?
The Chiefs have struck gold on undrafted free agents before. Could the Nebraska defensive back be next up?
Even as a fourth-round pick, defensive back L’Jarius Sneed could be a part of the team’s secondary sooner rather than later.
Keyes: "It was shocking to some people, but for my teammates, it was normal because things like that in practice happen all the time."
The Chiefs added some much-needed athleticism to the linebacking corps in the second round of the 2020 NFL Draft.
The big TCU tackle falling to 96th may go down as one of the biggest steals of the 2020 NFL draft.
There’s a lot of buzz about this seventh-round pick, and it’s justified by the intelligence and toughness we see on film
The Darwin Thompson film review is in: the running back has potential to be a dynamic weapon in 2019
The former Utah State running back could become a dynamic weapon for the Chiefs.
Fenton adds special-teams ability and cornerback depth, all from the sixth round of the NFL Draft.
The Khalen Saunders film review is in: high character and athleticism—why the Chiefs felt they got a steal at No. 84
The Chiefs added a rotational pass rusher in the third round of the draft.
Chiefs defensive backs coach Dave Merritt rated Thornhill as the No. 1 free safety in the 2019 NFL Draft.
Let’s dive into the Chiefs’ 2019 draft class, starting with their first of two second-round picks.