Fifth Round: Sanders Commings, defensive back
With the 134th selection in the 2013 NFL Draft, the Chiefs selected cornerback Sanders Commings from Georgia. Despite his SEC pedigree and perceived high ceiling, the former Bulldog was a failure as an NFL player. He appeared in only two games during his rookie campaign and recorded a single tackle in the process. Over the next two seasons, Commings was never on the active roster, and in December 2015, the Chiefs released the cornerback. He never made it onto another NFL roster.
Fourth Round: Nico Johnson, linebacker
With the 99th overall selection, Kansas City drafted Alabama linebacker Nico Johnson. The goal was to pair Nico with team legend Derrick Johnson to form a long-term duo in the middle of the defense. It never materialized. Johnson started one game at linebacker for the Chiefs during his rookie campaign and appeared in five other contests. The former Crimson Tide star also played regularly on special teams for the Chiefs in that first season.
However, in 2014, Johnson failed to make the 53-man roster during his second season and was placed on the practice squad heading into his sophomore season. The Cincinnati Bengals, though, had other plans and signed him to their active roster, where he appeared in 11 games, including two starts, for the team. He made the Giants roster in 2015 but that would be his last stop in the NFL. He was never a full time starter in the league and failed to make a true impact anywhere he played.