- Chiefs like how they helped roster depth in draft...Then in the sixth round they grabbed guard Zach Fulton out of Tennessee and with their final selection, No. 200 in the draft, they picked offensive tackle Laurent Duvernay-Tardif from McGill University in Canada. A third-year medical school student, LDT gained attention from the NFL with his performance in last January's East-West Shrine Game. Dorsey stayed true to his draft board, and did not use a choice to fill what are perceived to be the two biggest holes in the Chiefs roster right now: wide receiver and free safety. Second-round choice Phillip Gaines could play on the back line, but he was drafted as a cornerback. Thomas caught 113 passes in that wide-open Oregon offense in his three seasons and could fill the slot receiver role vacated by McCluster.
Murray will compete for the No. 3 spot at quarterback with backup Chase Daniel and last year's No. 3 Tyler Bray. He likes the situation. "It's just a perfect fit," Murray said. "They run a similar scheme that I ran at Georgia. (Andy Reid) does a tremendous job at developing quarterbacks. It's a great fit. I'm not complaining one bit." - The Sports Xchange