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A system called the “common draft” was implemented for the AFL and NFL in 1967, creating a joint draft between the two leagues and establishing the precursor for what has become the marquee event of the offseason.

The two leagues merged in 1970, and the rest is history.

In the days leading up to the 2020 NFL Draft, we’re taking a look back at who the Kansas City Chiefs have selected in each round since the event’s beginnings 53 years ago.

Here is what we’ve covered so far:

7th Round | 6th Round | 5th Round | 4th Round | 3rd Round | 2nd Round

We’ll wrap things up with the first round, where the Chiefs currently own one pick in this year’s draft (No. 32 overall). Kansas City hasn’t made a selection in the first round since 2017, when the Chiefs picked quarterback Cheap Patrick Mahomes Jersey 10th overall.

As of now, these are the selections Kansas City currently has for the 2020 Draft:

No. 32 (Round 1)

No. 63 (Round 2)

No. 96 (Round 3)

No. 138 (Round 4)

No. 177 (Round 5)

And here’s a look at who the Chiefs have drafted in the first round since 1967.

2017 | Pick No. 10 | Patrick Mahomes | QB | Texas Tech

2015 | Pick No. 18 | Cheap Marcus Peters Jersey | CB | Washington

2014 | Pick No. 23 | Cheap Dee Ford Jersey | LB | Auburn

2013 | Pick No. 1 | Eric Fisher | T | Central Michigan

2012 | Pick No. 11 | Dontari Poe | DT | Memphis

2011 | Pick No. 26 | Jonathan Baldwin | WR | Pittsburgh

2010 | Pick No. 5 | Cheap Eric Berry Jersey | DB | Tennessee

2009 | Pick No. 3 | Tyson Jackson | DE | LSU

2008 | Pick No. 15 | Branden Albert | G | Virginia

2008 | Pick No. 5 | Cheap Glenn Dorsey Jersey | DT | LSU

2007 | Pick No. 23 | Cheap Dwayne Bowe Jersey | WR | LSU

2006 | Pick No. 20 | Tamba Hali | DE | Penn State

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2003 | Pick No. 27 | Cheap Larry Johnson Jersey | RB | Penn State

2002 | Pick No. 6 | Ryan Sims | DT | North Carolina

2000 | Pick No. 21 | Sylvester Morris | WR | Jackson State

1999 | Pick No. 14 | John Tait | T | BYU

1998 | Pick No. 27 | Victor Riley | T | Auburn

1997 | Pick No. 13 | Tony Gonzalez | TE | California

1996 | Pick No. 28 | Jerome Woods | DB | Memphis

1995 | Pick No. 31 | Trezelle Jenkins | T | Michigan

1994 | Pick No. 25 | Cheap Greg Hill Jersey| RB | Texas A&M

1992 | Pick No. 20 | Dale Carter | DB | Tennessee

1991 | Pick No. 21 | Harvey Williams | RB | LSU

1990 | Pick No. 13 | Percy Snow | LB | Michigan State

1989 | Pick No. 4 | Cheap Derrick Thomas Jersey | LB | Alabama

1988 | Pick No. 2 | Neil Smith | DE | Nebraska

1987 | Pick No. 19 | Cheap Paul Palmer Jersey | RB | Temple

1986 | Pick No. 7 | Brian Jozwiak | G | West Virginia

1985 | Pick No. 15 | Ethan Horton | TE | North Carolina

1984 | Pick No. 21 | John Alt | T | Iowa

1984 | Pick No. 5 | Bill Maas | NT | Pittsburgh

1983 | Pick No. 7 | Cheap Todd Blackledge Jersey | QB | Penn State

1982 | Pick No. 11 | Cheap Anthony Hancock Jersey | WR | Tennessee

1981 | Pick No. 14 | Willie Scott | TE | South Carolina

1980 | Pick No. 11 | Brad Budde | G | USC

1979 | Pick No. 23 |Cheap Steve Fuller Jersey | QB | Clemson

1979 | Pick No. 2 | Cheap Mike Bell Jersey| DE | Colorado State

1978 | Pick No. 2 | Cheap Art Still Jersey | DE | Kentucky

1977 | Pick No. 10 | Cheap Gary Green Jersey | DB | Baylor

1976 | Pick No. 14 | Rod Walters | G | Iowa

1974 | Pick No. 16 | Woody Green | RB | Arizona State

1972 | Pick No. 23 | Jeff Kinney | RB | Nebraska

1971 | Pick No. 16 | Elmo Wright | WR | Houston

1970 | Pick No. 26 | Sid Smith | C | USC

1969 | Pick No. 23 | Jim Marsalis | DB | Tennessee State

1968 | Pick No. 22 | George Daney | G | Texas – El Paso

1968 | Pick No. 19 | Mo Moorman | G | Texas A&M

1967 | Pick No. 24 | Gene Trosch | DE | Miami (FL)


– All forty-nine of Kansas City’s first-round picks since 1967 have gone on to suit up for the Chiefs.

– 14 of those 49 picks played at least 100 games with Kansas City: tight end Cheap Tony Gonzalez Jersey (190), linebacker Derrick Johnson (182), offensive tackle Cheap John Alt Jersey (179), defensive end Cheap Tamba Hali Jersey (177), linebacker Derrick Thomas (169), defensive end Cheap Neil Smith Jersey, defensive end Art Still (136), defensive end Mike Bell (135), defensive back Cheap Jerome Woods Jersey (128), wide receiver Dwayne Bowe (118), nose tackle Cheap Bill Maas Jersey (116), defensive back Cheap Dale Carter Jersey (104), offensive tackle Cheap Eric Fisher Jersey (102) and defensive back Gary Green (100).

– The Chiefs have a knack for drafting prolific pass rushers in the first round, as Thomas (126.5), Hali (89.5), Smith (85.5) and Still (73.0) are four of the top five sack artists in franchise history. Thomas was enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2009.

– Gonzalez, who finished his career with the most career catches (1,325), receiving yards (15,127), 100-yard receiving games (31) and second-most touchdowns (114) by a tight end in NFL history, was enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame last summer.

– Speaking of records, Johnson owns the mark for the most tackles (1,262) in franchise history.

– The Chiefs have selected more players from LSU (4) in the first round than any other school.

– Kansas City has drafted more offensive linemen (12) in the first round than any other position.

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In the first quarter of the Kansas City Chiefs 32-29 win over the New Orleans Saints, wide receiver Cheap Tyreek Hill Jersey caught his 15th touchdown of the season — his 17th total.

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The reception tied former Chiefs wide receiver Cheap Dwayne Bowe Jersey for the most in a single season in franchise history. Bowe caught 15 during his Pro Bowl season in 2010.

Hill is now tied with 13 other players in 21st place for the most single-season receiving touchdowns in NFL history. If he can reach 18 receiving scores, he’ll join a group of just four other players — Randy Moss, Jerry Rice, Mark Clayton and Cris Carter — to have that many in a single season.

His 17 total touchdowns are the 61st-most all-time by any NFL player. He’s seventh on the all-time franchise list for most single-season touchdowns, needing just two more to tie with running backs Cheap Abner Haynes Jersey, Cheap Larry Johnson Jersey and Cheap Jamaal Charles Jersey for fourth-most in the organization’s history.

A former member of the Kansas City Chiefs has been selected as a finalist for the Black College Football Hall of Fame class of 2021.

The Black College Football Hall of Fame, celebrating players and coaches attending Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), announced 25 finalists for the class of 2021 on Thursday.

“As chairman of the Selection Committee, I’m extremely proud of the work and effort the Committee has put in to come up with the finalists that are being considered for induction. It’s not an easy task, because every name on the list is deserving to be in the Black College Football Hall of Fame,” said Committee Chairman Charlie Neal in the BCHOF press release.

Cheap Albert Lewis Jersey, who spent 11 seasons in Kansas City, was among the players announced as a finalist for the upcoming class. He was drafted in the third round of the 1983 NFL draft out of Grambling State University. Lewis earned four Pro Bowls nods and two first-team All-Pro selections during his time with the Chiefs. In his 11 seasons in Kansas City, Lewis appeared in 150 games notching 555 total tackles and 38 interceptions. 20 of those interceptions came in his first four seasons in the league.

Lewis was inducted into the Chiefs’ Hall of Fame in 2007. He was also selected as one of the 130 modern-era nominees for the Pro Football Hall of Fame class of 2021.

The announcement for the 2021 inductees will come on November 19, 2020. You can find the full list of finalists for the 2021 Black College Football Hall of Fame here.

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The reigning Super Bowl champions have their sights on bigger goals this season than just individual accolades, but after tallying 13 victories through their first 14 games, it’s no surprise that the Kansas City Chiefs are well represented on this year’s AFC Pro Bowl roster.

The Chiefs earned seven nominations this season, and while the game won’t actually take place this year, it’s an honor that each of Kansas City’s nominees can add to the trophy cabinet.

Here’s a look at all seven of the Chiefs’ Pro Bowl nods.

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Mahomes earned his third-consecutive nomination this year after compiling yet another MVP-worthy campaign. The 25-year-old quarterback leads the NFL in passing yards (4,462) to go along with 36 touchdown strikes and just five interceptions. He ranks second in the league in passer rating (110.6) and has thrown a touchdown pass in 24 consecutive games, which is the longest active streak in the league.

The Kansas City Chiefs held on to defeat the New Orleans Saints, 32-29, and win their ninth-consecutive game on Sunday.

Here are some interesting facts and notes about the victory.

1. Patrick Mahomes tossed three touchdowns.

Mahomes completed 26-of-47 passes for 254 yards and three touchdowns on Sunday, tallying his 21st career game with 3+ touchdowns. In other words, with just 45 starts under Mahomes’ belt as a professional, he’s thrown for 3+ scores in 47 percent of his outings.

He’s also on the brink of yet another record.

Mahomes also extended his touchdown streak to 24 straight games with a scoring strike. It’s the longest active stretch in the NFL.

2. Cheap Travis Kelce Jersey moved closer to some history.

Kelce hauled in eight grabs for 68 yards and a touchdown on Sunday, marking his seventh-straight game with at least eight catches. The veteran tight end is just the fourth player since 1950 to compile such a streak, joining Michael Thomas, Antonio Brown and Anquan Boldin.

The 31-year-old Kelce also moved closer to some history. He’s now just 59 receiving yards shy of the all-time single-season receiving record by a tight end with two games to go. Additionally, Kelce is the only player in the NFL to tally 95+ catches, 1,300+ yards and 10+ touchdowns multiple times since 2018.

Lastly, he needs 19 grabs to break the all-time single-season reception record by a tight end with two games to go.

The 2018 Pro Bowl Offensive MVP is off to the greatest start for any player in league history, and it’s earned him yet another All-Star nod.

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Speaking of stellar campaigns, Kelce is putting together perhaps the best season at the tight end position in NFL history. With 1,318 receiving yards on the year, Kelce is just 59 yards shy of the all-time single-season receiving yards record by a tight end with two games to go.

Kelce has 98 catches on the season, marking his third consecutive season with 95+ grabs. He’s the only player in the NFL to tally multiple campaigns with 95+ catches, 1,300+ yards and 10+ touchdowns since 2018.

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Hill was named to his fifth-career Pro Bowl on Monday as he continues to find the end zone at the top rate in the NFL. The electric Hill leads the league in total touchdowns with 17 (2 rushing, 15 receiving) and is just one receiving score shy of passing Cheap Dwayne Bowe Jersey  franchise record for the most touchdowns through the air in a single season.

The five-year veteran has tallied 1,211 receiving yards on the year and is just five catches shy of setting a new career high.

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Fisher is back on the Pro Bowl roster this season for the second time in his career. The Chiefs’ left tackle has started all 14 games this year, and according to the advanced metrics compiled by Pro Football Focus, he’s enjoying the top season of his career.

He’s also gotten into the end zone this season, catching a touchdown pass from Mahomes against Baltimore early in the year.

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Jones earned his second-consecutive Pro Bowl nod on Monday in recognition of yet another strong season getting after the opposing quarterback. Jones’ 52 pressures rank fifth among all defensive linemen in the NFL, per PFF, while his 18 quarterback hits lead that group.

The five-year veteran has 6.5 sacks on the season to lead Kansas City.

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The man they call “The Landlord” earned the second Pro Bowl nod of his career this season after tallying six interceptions so far on the year. Mathieu ranks third in the NFL in picks and brought one back for a touchdown in Week 4 against New England.

The veteran defensive back is the ultimate chess piece on defense, lining up at deep safety, cornerback and inside the box this season.

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Clark was also named to his second-straight Pro Bowl after tallying five sacks and 12 quarterback hits this season. The veteran pass-rusher has 40 pressures on the year and 15 hurries since Week 9.

All seven players have helped lead Kansas City to a franchise-best 13-1 record through 14 games, and while this team has bigger aspirations than the Pro Bowl, the annual All-Star roster is a reminder of the talent up and down this team.

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