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KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — After addressing their biggest needs, the Kansas City Chiefs are turning their attention to adding depth at several positions on the final day of the NFL draft.
Kansas City has already traded away a fifth- and sixth-round pick, but still has five choices on Saturday: a fourth-rounder, two fifths, a sixth and a seventh-round selection.
The Chiefs added cornerback Marcus Peters in the first round, then shored up the offensive line by taking Michael Morse in Round 2. They traded up to select wide receiver Chris Conley in the third round, then took cornerback Steven Nelson with a compensatory pick.
Among their remaining needs are inside linebacker and additional depth across the board.
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