The Kansas City Chiefs saw two of their own be nominated for the 2012 NFL Hall of Fame in Will Shields and Willie Roaf. Gone are the glory says of the Chiefs possessing the league's most imposing offensive line, but the rebuild is taking place. Branden Albert was drafted to play the tackle position and could move to guard. Per Wes Bunting of the National Football Post, their next offensive tackle could be coming in the form of former Ohio State standout Mike Adams.
11. Kansas City Chiefs: Ohio State OT Mike Adams
You have to think after the struggles the Chiefs had at right tackle last season, drafting a guy like Adams who has the size and athleticism to handle powerful NFL pass rushers is a must for them this off-season.
The Chiefs have also been linked to taking a running back with the 11th pick in the draft, possibly in Alabama tailback Trent Richardson.