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Did not see this coming at all.
gave up a ton for it too.
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gave up a ton for it too.
I wouldn't say a ton. Not like Chicago to jump to 2, from 3.
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Houston jumping for no reason lol

Happy with the pick, needs development but that arm is money
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No reason? Arizona wanted one of the top 3 QBs...
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Andy Reid: Patrick Mahomes is going to take some time



Getty ImagesIt wasn’t hard to find draft projections that had the Chiefs landing quarterback Patrick Mahomes in the first round, but they typically didn’t have that pick happening with the 10th overall pick.
There was word before the start of the draft that Kansas City might be coming up, however, and they wound up dealing next year’s first-round pick to Buffalo as part of a package that netted them the chance to draft Mahomes. Coach Andy Reid said they like Mahomes’ energy and intensity as well as his ability to make plays under pressure and that they feel comfortable with his ability to handle a pro-style offense after putting him through his paces.
Reid doesn’t think Mahomes will be ready to handle such an offense right off the bat, which leaves Alex Smith as the starter and Reid said he’s not concerned that paying a big price for Smith’s heir apparent will lead to any unease inside the team.
“I don’t worry about Alex on this,” Reid said, via the Kansas City Star. “Alex knows we trust him. Alex is the starting quarterback. Nothing is going to change there. The kid is going to take some time. He understands that. But there’s gonna be a day Alex isn’t playing anymore and we’ll need someone to step in and play.”
Smith has some familiarity with the scenario after seeing Colin Kaepernick come to the 49ers and make his way from the bench to the starting lineup. That started out well for the 49ers as the Niners went to the Super Bowl after Kaepernick took over in his second season and the Chiefs would love a similar taste of success, although they’d surely prefer it come without the quick fizzle that followed for the 49ers.
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No reason? Arizona wanted one of the top 3 QBs...
AH forgot AZ was next up, guess it wasnt too pointless

Mahomes has to be smitten with this pick, kid is walking into the perfect scenario
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Chiefs Draft DE Tanoh Kpassagnon

with 2nd round pick.
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Chiefs traded up in 3rd round for RB Kareem Hunt from Toledo
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2017 NFL Draft Profile: Kareem Hunt, RB, Toledo


Where does the Rockets’ all-time leading rusher land?


Dalvin Cook, Leonard Fournette, Christian McCaffrey.
A top-heavy running back class will generate headlines on day one of the NFL Draft, but another back poses as a later round steal for franchises aiming to improve their running game.
Kareem Hunt finished his career at Toledo as the program’s all-time leading rusher with 4,945 yards over four seasons. He notably broke out in his sophomore and senior seasons, where he accumulated 1,631 and 1,475 yards respectively. Hunt accomplished plenty as a four-year starter as a Rocket, including tying the record for most rushing touchdowns in a bowl game (5), but his contributions in the Reese’s Senior Bowl really captivated the NFL scouts.
Hunt entered Mobile, AL in January with a lot to prove as a Group of Five running back, and impressed scouts with a 118-yard performance on 15 carries. The Toledo alum brought home North Outstanding Player honors in a 16-15 loss to the South. He notably broke out for a 43-yard scamper during the contest, fielded several other rushes over 10 yards and was utilized in the passing game on screens.

Strengths

Hunt doesn’t go down without a fight.
When defenders wrap up Hunt, the play doesn’t end there for the running back. Instead, he always keeps his feet moving at a rapid pace, demonstrating his incredible balance and footwork even with defenders on his back. Hunt excels at racking up yards after initial contact, a key attribute that boosts him toward the top of the 2017 running back class.

He doesn’t fumble either. Through 782 carries and 73 receptions, Hunt fumbled once during his freshman year — and recovered it. Ball security is crucial for running backs and it’s a technique Hunt has seemingly mastered. His combination of breaking tackles and expert ball security is a desirable one, because many young running backs often expose the ball while driving their legs in attempt to gain extra yards.
Hunt is also improving his receiving game, adding another dimension to a talented skill set. During his senior year, he caught 41 passes after a combined 32 in his first three seasons at Toledo. He averaged 9.8 yards per catch, demonstrating his ability to function as a third down back and in halfback screen plays.

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Hunt spends time reading his blockers to find the open hole. This quality of his game can be beneficial, but sometimes quicker reactions are needed in the game of football. In order to add to his already extraordinary game, Hunt must react quicker to blocks and add more speed to his initial bursts.
Hunt clocked in at 4.66 seconds during his 40-yard dash at the NFL Combine in early March. Several other top running backs in this class ran sub-4.50 times, placing Hunt as one of the slower backs that will fall in the first two days.
He is not the fast, Darren Sproles type running back in this draft class, but not exactly an Eddie Lacy power back either. Hunt is a combination of the two, with average speed and an expert ability to break tackles.
With physicality comes injury though. Hunt missed time in his dominant sophomore season with an ankle injury. Still, he posted 1,631 yards and 16 touchdowns in just 10 games. During his junior season, Hunt once again played in only 10 contests, missing time due to a hamstring injury. Running backs experience injuries quite frequently. In the NFL, Hunt may see immediate playing time as a result of injuries on his team’s depth chart. It’s a part of the game, providing opportunity to some careers, while taking it away from other careers.
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Hunt is the steal of this draft. Selecting running backs in the first round, especially with high picks, can be risky and has worked before. But third round running backs have exceeded expectations in recent years. David Johnson, DeMarco Murray, and Tevin Coleman are just some of the names from the third round that have succeeded on NFL gridirons. This is the round Hunt will probably land in, given his breakout performance in the Senior Bowl and his sought-after abilities to shed tacklers and fight for extra yards, all while holding on to the pigskin.
Any team that needs depth in the backfield should consider selecting Hunt, a Toledo legend and bowl game record holder. He will likely be the highest senior running back drafted in the class, armed with plenty of collegiate experience and readiness for the physical game that is the NFL. Stay alert for Hunt’s name to be called when the NFL Draft moves to the 80th pick.
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Chiefs’ Alex Smith told Patrick Mahomes he’ll be in his corner





The Kansas City Chiefs prepared for the 2017 NFL Draft by watching film on the draft’s quarterbacks - with their own quarterbacks. This USA Today report said that Alex Smith and the Chiefs quarterbacks watched film of the quarterbacks with the Chiefs coaches.
The Chiefs did end up taking a quarterback, Patrick Mahomes, who told the KC media that Alex Smith has reached out to him.
“He told me to come in and work hard as I can,” Mahomes said of Alex. “He said he’s going to be there in my corner as well and teach me as I go. It’s the type of guy he is. He’s a great leader.”
Awesome. I love hearing that. Honestly, though, did you ever doubt Alex would do that? I really didn’t. That sounds like the type of response I would expect from him.
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Chiefs trade James O’Shaughnessy to Patriots, pick up 5th round pick

The Kansas City Chiefs have made a trade! Andy Reid loves trading with Bill Belichick.

The Chiefs sent TE James O’Shaughnessy and one of their sixth round picks to the New England Patriots for their fifth round pick. The Chiefs now have three fifth round picks and a sixth.

Here’s what our Patriots blog, Pats Pulpit, is saying about the trade.

The O’Shaughnessy trade isn’t a total stunner I guess. He was a 2015 fifth round pick who was solidly behind Travis Kelce and Demetrius Harris at tight end. Ross Travis was another tight end competing and now they have Gavin Escobar. Too many cooks in the kitchen.


The Chiefs have a deep roster so they’ll have to choose players where they have needs and they can make the roster and contribute to the team.

The Chiefs play the Patriots in the season opener, by the way. If O’Shaughnessy scores a touchdown ...
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Chiefs moving again, just acquiring 139th pick in fourth from Vikings. Awaiting terms and the pick.
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RD 4 - PK 33 @Chiefs: Jehu Chesson (WR-Michigan)


Chiefs reportedly send two fifth-round picks -- 170 and 180 overall -- for 139 in the fourth. Still have 183 in the fifth and 218 in sixth.
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With the 218th pick, the #Chiefs select S Leon McQuay III from USC.
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Chiefs select Georgia Southern linebacker Ukeme Eligwe in fifth round of NFL Draft (via @todpalmer):
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Chiefs pick up Dee Ford’s fifth-year option





The Kansas City Chiefs will pick up the fifth-year option on Dee Ford, according to GM John Dorsey on a conference call with reporters. This means that Ford will be under the Chiefs control in 2017 and 2018.
Dorsey says they knew all along they would pick up Ford’s option.
“I just wanted to prudently think about it and have this morning to assess the situation and see how we turned out in the draft,” Dorsey said. “I think Dee has a fine future with this organization.”
Dorsey also said he wants to see Ford play in all 16 games with the same level of production.

This doesn’t guarantee the Chiefs will have Ford on their team in 2018 and pay him $10 million (actually, $8.7 million) so don’t freak out (for good or bad reasons). Picking up this fifth-year option is not fully guaranteed until March 2018 so what the Chiefs have done here is buy themselves some time. They can get another year of Dee Ford to decide what they want to do in 2018 and beyond.
The fifth-year option is guaranteed for injury only. That means Ford has to be able to pass a physical by March 2018. You’re taking a risk, sure. But a calculated one as pass rushers are very important to a team’s success.
I wrote a couple weeks ago the Chiefs should pick up his option’ so I’m not surprised by this move.
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Jamaal Charles is due to visit Broncos tomorrow. FUCK that would piss me off.
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Jamaal Charles will get two shots against his former team in 2017 because he's staying in the AFC West.
The running back is signing a one-year contract with the Denver Broncos, a source informed of the situation told NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport. The deal is worth up to $3.75 million, Rapoport added.
Denver Broncos general manager John Elway later confirmed Charles is joining the team.
Denver was in need of a running back to join C.J. Anderson after trading Kapri Bibbs to San Francisco in exchange for a fourth-round selection in the 2018 draft.
As for Charles, we're not quite sure what he has left in him. Charles was a bellcow burner in Kansas City, possessing top-end speed and a guarantee to gain chunks of yards. He owns the highest yards-per-carry average in NFL history, but recurring knee injuries have kept him off the field for much of the last two seasons. Charles tore his right ACL in 2015 and appeared ready to return in 2016 before a meniscus operation in November ended that campaign for him after just 12 carries in three games.
The tailback was released by the Chiefs in Feburary after nine seasons with the team and visited Seattle, but the Seahawks elected to sign Eddie Lacy instead.
Charles posted a video showing him working on his agility in late April to quell worries about his health. The Broncos first needed Charles to a pass physical before putting a contract in front of him. Charles completed the physical before returning to the team's Englewood, Colorado, facility to put pen to paper.
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dude says he "always wanted to play for the Bronco's".

Trash dude, straight trash.
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dude says he "always wanted to play for the Bronco's".

Trash dude, straight trash.
Just his way to get back at the Chiefs. He'll most likely only play one game against the Chiefs if he's lucky to not be injured by then.
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Chiefs cut DB Julian Wilson as undrafted free agent signings loom
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The #Chiefs have claimed RB Kelvin Taylor off waivers from Seattle. The Sea-to-KC connection continues.
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The Kansas City Chiefs’ post-draft offseason rolls today as the team announced a number of signings, including 12 undrafted free agents.

Here is the full list courtesy of KCChiefs.com:

2017 NFL Draft picks signed:

WR Jehu Chesson (4th round)
LB Ukeme Eligwe (5th round)
CB Leon McQuay III (6th round)

Undrafted free agents signed:

T Corin Brooks | 6-5 | 300 | UTPB | Riverside, California
S Devin Chappell | 6-2 | 199 | Oregon State | Springfield, Oregon
WR Gehrig Dieter | 6-3 | 207 | Alabama | South Bend, Indiana
WR Hasic | 5-11 | 215 | West Florida | Phoenix, Arizona
TE Wyatt Houston | 6-4 | 255 | Utah State | Tualatin, Oregon
WR Marcus Kemp | 6-4 | 200 | Hawaii | Layton, Utah
CB Ashton Lampkin | 6-0 | 190 | Oklahoma State | Fort Worth, Texas
G Damien Mama | 6-4 | 325 | USC | Moreno Valley, California
WR Alonzo Moore | 6-2 | 195 | Nebraska | Winnfield, Louisiana
CB JR Nelson | 6-2 | 177 | Montana | Hacienda Heights, California
S Jordan Sterns | 6-0 | 200 | Oklahoma State | Cibolo, Texas
WR Tony Stevens | 6-4 | 212 | Auburn | Orlando, Florida
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