Coffee with the Chiefs – What should Dorsey do?


Good morning, Addicts! It’s HUMP DAYYYYY. The Kansas City Chiefs are only 15 days away from the start of the 2016 NFL Draft. Of course, we all know how important that will be, with general manager John Dorsey and his scouting department looking for the next great players.

The Chiefs are hoping to land another player of the quality of Marcus Peters, who came in as the 18th-overall pick and went to the Pro Bowl after leading the NFL with eight interceptions. Kansas Cioty might very well be looking at the same position, after watching Sean Smith bolt in free agency for the Oakland Raiders.

Here is the news you need to know…

Ranking the guard options for Kansas CityJoel Thorman of Arrowhead Pride

"The guard position though, I’m not sure what to make of it. The Chiefs have enough players at the position that I don’t think it’s a draftable position unless you’re picking someone who will easily beat out these others. And I’m not sure you find that player unless you’re picking one on day one or two and the Chiefs shouldn’t do that."

Cornerback continues to make most sense for ChiefsAdam Teicher of ESPN

"I don’t see the Chiefs drafting a safety in the first round. They already have a lot of money invested in their starters, Eric Berry and Ron Parker. Both should play for Kansas City for the foreseeable future. The Chiefs use a lot of safeties, but have done well in recent years in finding veterans to play on low-cost contracts and they recently tried again with Jimmy Wilson and Stevie Brown."

Chiefs offseason issues include settling on offensive lineAdam Teicher of ESPN

"The Chiefs might look at various times during the offseason at different combinations for their starting line. But unless they are hit by injuries, they’ll have no excuse for not having a starting five set long before the start of the regular season."