How does Hollywood Brown affect the KC Chiefs' primary draft plans?

For months it's been speculated that the Chiefs would be drafting a wide receiver with the 32nd overall pick in this year's NFL Draft, but now that Kansas City will be the home of Marquise "Hollywood" Brown, does the script change in April?

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Holding the 32nd overall pick in the first round is an honor in the annual NFL Draft, and for the second season in a row, the Kansas City Chiefs will be selecting at the position thanks to their back-to-back Super Bowl victories.

Even before the big game, the playoffs, or the final weeks of the regular season, the general consensus was that the Chiefs would be using that pick on a wide receiver. It was obvious, right? Half the pass catchers had feet for hands and the other half was forced to step up when the game mattered most.

Luckily for Chiefs Kingdom, they did, and now they have added Marquise "Hollywood" Brown to the depth chart alongside second-year starter Rashee Rice and future Hall of Famer Travis Kelce.

So, now what? Can the Chiefs afford to start looking elsewhere with the pick? What position group now needs the most help and can GM Brett Veach find the right fit with the final pick of the first round? Could the receiver room still use some fresh blood? Maybe the defensive line could be spruced up and allow recently-extended DT Chris Jones more breathing room?

There are many ways that Veach and head coach Andy Reid could go, but here are some of the more logical choices at 32.