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Old 08-28-2012, 02:48 PM   Topic Starter
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Mock draft.

I expect the Chiefs will sign Albert during the season and tag Bowe again.

Like I did with Brandon Carr, I will continue to assume we will let Dorsey walk. I also anticipate us letting Peyton Hillis walk and we'll resign Brady Quinn to a one-year deal for a rematch against Stanzi and whomever we draft in 2013. Belcher and Siler will both walk. But thumper ILBs aren't too hard to find in free agency. Neither are bigger RBs like Hillis.

Shaun Smith is signed in free agency. Lucas Patterson is kept as a reserve. Travis Daniels kept on as a safety.

The Chiefs try out Poe at DE, and start Powe at the nose.

The Chiefs finish 9-7, and miss the playoffs. They will be picking at #17.

1. QB Aaron Murray, Georgia

A smart, heady QB in a pro-style offense.

2. CB DeMarcus Milliner, Alabama

A big-sized CB from a school Pioli loves. Much needed CB depth with starter upside: check.

3. OLB Damontre Moore, Texas A&M

Some much needed lightning-fast speed that can finally provide Hali and Houston breathers.

4. NT Kwame Geathers, Georgia

In favor of his teammate, Geathers falls a bit, Cam Thomas style, to the fourth round. The Chiefs need even more size in the trenches.

5. ILB Bruce Taylor, West Virginia

Taylor is a load at the line of scrimmage, one of those classic thumper types that missles into lineman and fullbacks. Could be a perfect thumper.

6. FS Jarred Holley, Pittsburgh

The Chiefs desperately need a smart, athletic overachiever to play centerfield behind Kendrick Lewis.

7. FB Trey Burton, Florida

A jack-of-all-trades FB who needs to learn to block a bit better, but has all the versatility the Chiefs clearly want from the position.

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