5 Late-Round Prospects That Would Be a Perfect Match for the Kansas City Chiefs

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5 Late-Round Prospects That Would Be a Perfect Match for the Kansas City Chiefs
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With the 2013 NFL Draft only weeks away, Kansas City Chiefs general manager John Dorsey is steady mining for late-round diamonds.

Before joining the Chiefs, Dorsey spent the vast majority of his professional career—on and off the field—with the Green Bay Packers: an organization that has plucked its share of late-round gems. 

During his tenure with the Packers, the team transformed nobodies into household names. Green Bay selected standouts Mark Brunell, Dorsey Levens and Aaron Kampman in the fifth round, Matt Hasselbeck, Marco Rivera and Desmond Bishop in the sixth round, and Adam Timmerman and Matt Flynn drifted to the outskirts of the seventh round (via DraftHistory.com).

There are five (potentially) third-day prospects that could develop into Arrowhead favorites down the road. 

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