Mitchell Schwartz is the first offensive lineman taken in the second round, and Bill Polian is predicting that this will begin a run on the position. If that's the case, many options could be taken by the time the Chiefs pick at No. 44. The Cleveland Browns took Schwartz to become their new right tackle, and that leaves several key guys still on the board. But there are many picks between now and then with so many teams in need of depth and solid players along the offensive front.
The Chiefs could use a possible tackle to serve as depth and a future starter in case Branden Albert leaves. They could also use a guard to add some versatility and depth as well as potentially supplant veteran Ryan Lilja. The biggest name to still remain is Cordy Glenn of Georgia.
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