Kansas City Chiefs: Five Facts About the First Five Picks

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Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid talks to quarterback Chase Daniel (10) – Mandatory Credit: Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

The Kansas City Chiefs weren’t lacking in the pick department at the 2015 NFL Draft. KC had 10 to start, but after a trade finished with a total of nine.

By now you’ve heard of the talented first-round pick Marcus Peters and his off-field issues, the fact second-round pick Mitch Morse can play all five offensive line positions, and saw that backup quarterback Aaron Murray will be reunited with his former Georgia receiving target, Chris Conley. However, there is much more to each player selected by the Chiefs.

I thought it could be a nice change of pace to break down five interesting facts about the first five selections. From the surprise Peters’ pick, to taking a wide receiver not even on the radar, to a quiet, but talented linebacker, the Chiefs gave plenty for the fans to talk about.

Next: Marcus Peters and Marshawn Lynch