The Kansas City Chiefs have one primary concern for the upcoming NFL offseason with their offensive line, and it's clear that many believe they will address it with their first round pick as new NFL Mock Drafts come out. The latest round of four from NFL.com columnists have the Chiefs selecting four different players, so it's clear that no one knows exactly who they will take. However, they can agree that offensive tackle is a likely possibility.
Riley Reiff is Charles Davis' pick for the Chiefs in the first round, an offensive tackle from Iowa. That's a very popular pick for the Chiefs and Albert Breer agrees with that selection. Scott Pioli, the KC general manager, is certainly friendly with Kirk Ferentz and familiar with the Iowa program, and the Chiefs have selected their players before, including tight end Tony Moeaki and quarterback Ricky Stanzi in the last two drafts.
Pat Kirwan has the Chiefs going another direction with the choice of center Peter Konz of Wisconsin. He writes, "It might be too early to take a center, but Casey Wiegmann can’t play forever. This guy is a 10-year starter and a safe pick."