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Old 01-03-2017, 11:40 PM  
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Mock (1/3)

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1. Chiefs finish 12-4, and outlast the Steelers 32-28 in the divisional round. But the magic ends when Chiefs go to Foxborough and get steamrolled. GM John Dorsey, HC Andy Reid, and QB Alex Smith are all retained.

2. ILB Derrick Johnson does not retire, and will return like Justin Houston did this season.

3. NT Dontari Poe is franchised.

4. RB Jamaal Charles renegotiates a contract down to 2 years, $4m; P Dustin Colquitt renegotiates his contract down to 2 years, $5m.

5. S Eric Berry is re-signed for 4 years, $44m ($19m guaranteed).

6. The Chiefs sign the following players at minimal deals: DE Kendall Reyes

7. The Chiefs tender the following players: WR Albert Wilson, S Daniel Sorensen, K Cairo Santos, LS James Winchester.

8. The following players walk in free agency: QB Nick Foles, RB Knile Davis, FB Trey Millard, OG Mike Person, DE Jarvis Jenkins

9. The following players are cut: TE Ross Travis, OLB Frank Zombo, CB Kenneth Acker

10. The Chiefs bring in 4 compensatory picks: a 4th (Sean Smith), a 5th (Chase Daniel), and two 6ths (Donald Stephenson & Tyvon Branch).

On with the show:

1.30. CB Adoree' Jackson, USC

The Chiefs cannot get to the Super Bowl in 2017 unless they beat two Super Bowl winning QBs who are probably both Hall of Famers. A weak spot all year has been every CB position aside from Peters'. Though Terrance Mitchell has been a revelation, I still hesitate to fully invest in him heading into 2017; we did that with Marcus Cooper in 2014 and it bit us in the ass.

The nickel position has been problematic for the Chiefs as well. Steven Nelson plays hard and made a lot of plays early in the year, but he's been roasted a-plenty facing some of the better receivers. And when Marcus Peters sat out a game, we were helpless.

What this pick does is jack up the Chiefs secondary. Jackson is a playmaker who competes intensely and has very good speed and could excel in the slot or outside with some coaching. The Chiefs secondary now has a stud, possibly two if Jackson develops properly, are now four-deep at outside CB with Peters, Mitchell, Jackson and Gaines, and at least two deep in the slot with Nelson and Jackson. The team also still has DJ White.

2.61. QB Patrick Mahomes, Texas Tech

We've been talking about him a lot this week, so I'll throw him in here. I'm a very big fan of Mahomes, and I don't think taking him this year precludes us from taking another shot in 2018 if Mahomes busts.

Mahomes is a tangibles guy and measurables guy. He's a total package, except that he plays in a terrible offensive system that will hamper his development in the pros. However, nobody knows the spread like Brad Childress, so it's possible we can ease his transition to pro-style better than almost any other team in the NFL.

3.92. OLB Carroll Phillips, Illinois

I don't want to compare Phillips to Justin Houston, but Houston fell to the third round despite obvious talent due to character questions. Phillips has big red flags he's going to have to answer for, but the Chiefs have the best locker room in the NFL.

4.128. RB Kareem Hunt, Toledo

A super under-the-radar talent with bellcow abilities. He's got good size, though a bit tall at 6'0", he's a stout 220 lbs with excellent quickness and speed.

4.133 (compensatory). S Rayshawn Jenkins, Miami

I absolutely love this player. A super physical safety who can cover very well in space. The Chiefs are already four deep at safety; now they're completely inoculated against injury by adding a safety of Jenkins' caliber.

5.167. TE Blake Jarwin, Oklahoma State

5.173 (compensatory). OG Sean Harlow, Oregon State

6.204 (compensatory). ILB Jayon Brown, UCLA

6.210 (compensatory). QB Joshua Dobbs, Tennessee

7.251. WR Zach Pascal, Old Dominion

Depth and special teams everywhere...
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I really want Jamaal around, personally.

We have the best locker room in the NFL and he only makes it better.

Hopefully Dorsey finds a way to renegotiate a better deal.
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