After a 2-14 debacle of a 2012 season, the Kansas City Chiefs are starting over.
The team has a new head coach in Andy Reid and a new general manager in John Dorsey.
When NFL commissioner Roger Goodell steps to the podium for the first time Thursday night in New York City, it will be to announce Kansas City's first overall pick.
With that said, luckily for the Chiefs, they aren't starting from scratch.
The Chiefs had six Pro Bowlers a year ago. They were very active in free agency, acquiring two of the top cornerbacks available in Dunta Robinson and Sean Smith.
The team also took steps to shore up the most important position in football, trading for former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Alex Smith.
In other words, this appears to be a club primed for a quick turnaround, if they can shore up their other needs with a successful draft.
Here's a look at how Dorsey, Reid and company could make that happen.