Finally not posting from my phone, here are the picks:
1. Kansas City Chiefs
5T Star Lotulelei, Utah
Of course, this is dependent on Lotulelei's heart checking out. Andy Reid has said they will "take the best player available." Many think that is Lotuleili. In the last 10 drafts, the first player the Eagles have taken have played DT (4 Cox, Laws, Bunkley, Patterson), DE (2 Graham, McDougle), OG (2 Watkins, Andrews), QB (1 Kolb), WR (1 Maclin).
63. Kansas City Chiefs
ILB Khaseem Greene, Rutgers
KC nabs the playmaking Greene to pair up with Derrick Johnson inside in their 3-4.
96 (Compensatory). Kansas City Chiefs
RB Montee Ball, Wisconsin
Kansas City needs another Running Back behind Jamaal Charles, and Montee Ball is the kind of workhorse that can keep Charles fresh explosive runs in the fourth quarter. It doesn't hurt that he's a Missouri native, which will likely immediately ingratiate him to KC's fans.
99. Kansas City Chiefs
FS Bacarri Rambo, Georgia
The Chiefs need a centerfielding safety to cover up for Eric Berry when he tries to freelance. Rambo may get more hype than he deserves due to his amazing name, but he's solid in coverage and is something the Chiefs need.
136. Kansas City Chiefs
WRp Cobi Hamilton, Arkansas
With the re-signing of Dwayne Bowe, picking up another starting receiver isn't as big a priority as it was a couple days ago, but the value of Hamilton here is far too good to pass up.
171. Kansas City Chiefs
CB Nickell Robey, Southern California
The Chiefs could pick up the ballhawking undersized Nickell Roby to play the role of his namesake. Kansas City's starting corners are solid, but they have little depth behind them. Robey has good instincts and toughness, but will likely be limited to interior coverage due to his stature. This pick was made before the Robinson signing....
207. Kansas City Chiefs
RT Alex Hurst, LSU
With the release of the pricey and vocal tyrannosaurus Eric Winston, Kansas City will be in the market for a RT to play opposite the franchised Brandon Albert. Alex Hurst was first-team All-SEC at RT in 2010 and 2011. Injuries shuffled him around the line his senior year and his play regressed a bit. He's got good power for the running game, however, as evidenced by his 71.5 pancake blocks as a junior.
254 (Compensatory). Kansas City Chiefs
OG Chris Barker, Nevada
Chris Barker may not remain Mr. Irrelevant for long in Kansas City, as the OG position is a little bit of a question mark.
I have explanations for each of the 254 picks on my site, cornerblitz.com. You can view the selection by team, as well as plenty of other draft-related content.