Kansas City Chiefs: 2013 NFL Draft One Year Later

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Sep 29, 2013; Kansas City, MO, USA; Kansas City Chiefs defensive end Mike DeVito (70) and center Eric Kush (64) after the game against the New York Giants at Arrowhead Stadium. Mandatory Credit: John Rieger-USA TODAY Sports

In the fifth round, the Chiefs selected Sanders Commings. He didn’t do a whole lot in 2013, but with Kendrick Lewis out the door, there might be a chance for Commings to step in and make an impact next season.

Eric Kush and Braden Wilson were both sixth round choices and weren’t in action much during 2013. The Chiefs had a solid center in Rodney Hudson, and their fullback Anthony Sherman had a terrific year. These two may get the chance to prove themselves this year, but we will just have to wait it out and see.

Mike Catapano was considered to be one of the steals of the draft. He was the Defensive Player of the Year in the Ivy League and Kansas City was fortunate to land him in the seventh round. The Chiefs actually utilized Catapano quite a bit last year.

“In 2013, Catapano saw action in 15 contests on special teams and seven games on defense, missing just one game with an ankle injury, registering three tackles (two solo), including one for loss, three QB pressures and one sack.” – Reid Ferrin of the Chiefs’ official website

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