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The red and gold put together a draft class full of unlimited potential, and star playmakers that will be talked about on a consistent basis just 3 years from now. The drafting of the extremely versatile safety Eric Berry was step one in changing the face of the Chiefs. Berry replaces a slow, old, Mike Brown that was beat like a drum during the 2009 season.

“We haven’t had Page, but he’s played in the league and he’s been productive,” Belichick said. “We’ve played against him, and I don’t exactly see how he fits in, but I’m glad we got him. I think he’ll be a good addition to the group and I think he’ll help us.”

Kansas City Chiefs COO Mark Donovan recently did a roundtable with several other NFL executives on the state of the NFL’s business.

One particular passage from Dononvan in the roundtable caught my eye. He talked about working with Chiefs owner Clark Hunt and how his operation positively affects the way Donovan can do his job.

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