Kansas City Mock Draft: Instant Contributors Chiefs Can Find in Every Round

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Kansas City Mock Draft: Instant Contributors Chiefs Can Find in Every Round
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Finding impact contributors at wide receiver has to be the primary focus for the Kansas City Chiefs in the 2014 NFL draft. Head coach Andy Reid needs to add more big-play potential to the team's passing game.

Fortunately, this is a draft class loaded with dynamic and prolific pass-catchers. In Round 1, the Chiefs can target a pair of fleet-footed burners who can also double as dangerous returners.

That would help offset the loss of Dexter McCluster in free agency.

Of course, boosting the aerial attack could also lead Reid to consider a versatile tight end. That will put solid, in-line bruisers in the team's sights.

Aside from finding weapons for quarterback Alex Smith, the Chiefs have to make room for a defensive back or two. The secondary was burned too often during the later stages of the 2013 season, so a free safety and a nickel cornerback would certainly provide a boost.

Here are some of the impact players Reid and general manager John Dorsey can add to the Kansas City roster in each round.

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