KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- The Kansas City Chiefs have the first overall pick in the NFL draft for the first time in franchise history. With no clear-cut No. 1, it's a pretty safe assumption that their new brain trust will be busy this week.
It's also a pretty safe bet that while Kansas City keeps an eye on just about every player available at the annual scouting combine in Indianapolis, every other team will be keeping an eye on the Chiefs.
New Chiefs GM John Dorsey said he plans to pick the best available player, which sounds simple enough. But the hard part is deciding just who that player is during the scouting combine and various pro days leading up to the April draft.