Andy Reid loves bolstering the trenches in the early stages of the NFL Draft, and he might look at grabbing a defensive lineman in the first round next April. Mike DeVito is coming off a torn Achilles, so he may never be the same again, while the other defensive ends don't really bring much to the table.
Pick change; previously DeForest Buckner, DE/DT
Rd. 2, Pk. 10
Spencer Drango, OT, Baylor
From what I'm hearing, the Chiefs could move on from Eric Fisher after this season if he doesn't improve his game. He has been very pedestrian thus far in the NFL.
The Chiefs could have drafted a receiver early in the 2015 NFL Draft, but waited until the third round. Here's a receiver to team with Jeremy Maclin and Chris Conley.
With Sammy Watkins in the NFL, Williams took over as Clemson's lead receiver in 2014 and caught 57 passes for 1,030 yards and six touchdowns. In his freshman season, he had 20 catches for 316 yards and three scores. Williams (6-3, 205) has a nice combination of size and speed. If sophomore quarterback Deshaun Watson can stay healthy, it wouldn't be surprising if Williams has a massive 2015 season.
Rd. 2, Pk. 16
The Chiefs add a five-technique to team with Alvin Bailey and Dontari Poe. Mike DeVito isn't a long-term starter.
Buckner (6-7, 290) has a similar skill set to former teammate Arik Armstead. Buckner recorded 81 tackles with 13 tackles for a loss, four sacks and four passes broken up in 2014. He could be in store for a big senior year, but Oregon's scheme doesn't lend itself to big sack totals as evidenced by Armstead and Dion Jordan.