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2012 NFL Draft Predictions: Chiefs Expected To Address Offensive Line In Various Mocks

As the second round of the 2012 NFL Draft begins tonight in just a few minutes, it's good to look at various mocks drafts for the next round to see what analysts are expecting the Chiefs to do. It's clear that everyone believes the team will address the offensive line in some way. The Kansas City offensive line could definitely use depth across the board and possibly a starter at guard depending on your opinion of Ryan Lilja at this point in his career.

Mel Kiper has the Chiefs taking Amini Silatolu of Midwestern State and writes, "Guard is a huge need, and this is a player who can start right away." Scouts, Inc. also has the Chiefs taking an offensive lineman in the form of Jeff Allen, a versatile lineman from the University of Illinois. There are plenty of other options this round, including Cordy Glenn of Georgia and Jonathan Martin of Stanford. Any of those picks make sense for Scott Pioli's crew tonight.

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