The Kansas City Chiefs are in attendance at QB Ryan Tannehill’s Pro Day taking place today, according to ESPN’s Josina Anderson.
Other teams Josina reports are in attendance are the Denver Broncos, Buffalo Bills, New Orleans Saints, Miami Dolphins, Cleveland Browns and Seattle Seahawks.
Tannehill has been projected to be the third best QB in the draft and could go anywhere from #4 to the Cleveland Browns to late int he first round.
Tannehill just threw for teams a few minutes ago and the reports from various sources on Twitter indicated that he completed 40 of his 41 passes with one WR drop. These Pro Days are designed to make the QB look good. The plays are all scripted, on the QB’s home turf with receivers he feels comfortable with.
If the Chiefs like what they see, they can choose to bring Tannehill in for a private visit and workout. That is when they’ll be able to get a serious look at him in an unpredictable environment.
This doesn’t necessarily indicate that the Chiefs will try to move up to select Tannehill but since he is a player that very well could be on the board when they pick at #11, it is wise for the Chiefs to do their due diligence.
Updated: According to Dane Brugler of NFL Draft Scout, the Chiefs, Eagles and Browns all have private workouts scheduled with Tannehill in College Station.