Kansas City Chiefs Mock Draft: Weighing First-Round Options

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Kansas City Chiefs Mock Draft: Weighing First-Round Options
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With the final days before the 2012 NFL draft ticking down, there seems to be little consensus on which direction the Kansas City Chiefs will go with the 11th pick overall.

That's what happens when you fill most of your roster holes in free agency.

The Chiefs needed depth at tight end and signed Kevin Boss. To replace Thomas Jones and compliment Jamaal Charles, they picked up Peyton Hillis. With Brandon Carr ready to hit free agency, Kansas City took out an insurance policy named Stanford Routt.

Most of all, they plugged the massive gap at right tackle with Texans standout Eric Winston.

So where does that leave the Chiefs when they come on the clock? Even with the rare ability to select the best overall player rather than pick for need, Scott Pioli and crew will likely keep analyzing their options until they turn their choice in to the commissioner.

Which is exactly what we'll be doing. Here's a look at the top rumored prospects for the Chiefs, how they'd fit into Kansas City's lineup and the likelihood Roger Goodell will handle them a No. 1 red-and-gold jersey on Thursday.

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