Kansas City Chiefs Ultimate 2014 Draft Primer

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Kansas City Chiefs Ultimate 2014 Draft Primer
Oregan State's Brandin Cooks is one of the many prospects that could be a good fit at No. 23 for the Chiefs.

In many ways, the Kansas City Chiefs are paying the price in 2014 for their big rebound in 2013. The Chiefs will be without their second-round pick because they made the playoffs with Alex Smith as the starting quarterback.

Thanks to a deep draft, though, the Chiefs still have an opportunity to find a few starters even without their second-round pick. The Chiefs could use a starter on the offensive line, at wide receiver or at defensive end. 

On another bright note, the Chiefs upgraded their seventh-round selection to a sixth-round selection by trading Edgar Jones to the Dallas Cowboys last August. Jones likely wouldn't have even made Kansas City's roster last year, so the the Chiefs likely viewed it as a free upgrade.

This ultimate draft primer aims to give you which players fit best at each selection, scenarios for each pick and the latest draft buzz. 

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