Coffee with the Chiefs – 4/15 edition


Another beautiful Wednesday is here, folks. Don’t forget to file those taxes because Uncle Sam does not take kindly to you stragglers. When you are done mailing out those pesky forms to the IRS, grab a seat and of course, some coffee, and read the latest news on the Kansas City Chiefs.

Sean Smith receives two years of probationTerez A. Paylor of the Kansas City Star

"Chiefs cornerback Sean Smith entered a guilty plea last month in Kansas City Municipal Court for driving under the influence and received two years probation, according to court documents."

Chiefs take a tight end in second round of mockBrian Galliford of

"The run that we’ve seen on wide receivers in this mock put a damper on this pick for the Chiefs. Ohio State’s Devin Smith is the best wide receiver available, but his vertical play doesn’t really fit Kansas City’s offense."

Another reason why Kansas City should draft a cornerAdam Teicher of

"Smith is subject to a two-game suspension from the NFL because of the guilty plea. The NFL’s substance-abuse policy calls for a two-game suspension for a first offense for a violation of the law relating to the use of alcohol."

Five things to know about Albert WilsonPete Sweeney of

"By the end of his college career and concurrently the end of the first four years of the program, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution regarded Wilson as the “greatest player in the history of Georgia State football.”"

Five guards to watch in the NFL DraftPete Sweeney of

"At the age of nine, Tomlinson migrated to the United States with his mother and the two found a new home in Chicago, Illinois. Only familiar with playing soccer and cricket as he grew older, Tomlinson was first introduced to football his freshman season in high school at Lane Tech."