KC Chiefs: 2013 NFL Draft Two Years Later

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Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid – Mandatory Credit: Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports

Braden Wilson was a local kid, playing his college football at Kansas State University. That right there was enough of a reason to take a chance on the kid, but things didn’t pan out. Wilson didn’t even make it onto the 2013 Kansas City Chiefs’ roster.

Ahhh, one of my favorite picks in the last few years. What’s not to like about Mike Catapano? For one, he played at Princeton. Two, he actually served a pretty good purpose in Kansas City during his rookie season. He played in 15 games with two tackles and one sack (keep in mind, he wasn’t a starter during this span). He also made his presence known on special teams.

Catapano missed all of 2014 with a mystery illness, which was later revealed by Terez Paylor of Kansas City Star article to be a gastrointestinal virus along with a concussion. Catapano spent the rest of the season rehabilitating and should be good to go this season.

He will definitely be utilized on defense and on special teams more than likely.

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