Seahawks get the best of Kansas City in Frank Clark's trade Pro Football Focus
At pick 29 they were probably going to have a chance at some subset of Greedy Williams, Byron Murphy, DeAndre Baker, David Long and Rock Ya-Sin to bolster that group. Now, with their highest pick sitting at Nos. 61 and 63, Kansas City wants to have a harder time acquiring starting-caliber talent this weekend, with trading up (usually a poor choice analytically) or trading for a veteran (where the pickings are slim).
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Tyrann Mathieu – Notre Dame's disruptive cornerback Julian Love could also be late in Round 2. Staying at corner, Central Michigan's Sean Bunting shoot up draft boards after a big combine. He'd make sense. Florida's Chauncey Gardner-Johnson would give the Chiefs two slot matchup safeties, and CGJ has an impressive range from center field. If Alabama's springy safety Deionte Thompson were to be available at the second round, he'd be a smart pick too.
Chiefs deal draft picks for Seahawks' Frank Clark | Yahoo! Sports
After a year in which the Chiefs finished 12-4 and fell a few plays short of the Super Bowl, Kansas City was willing to surrender assets for Clark as part of its ongoing effort to go all-in on 2020 MVP Patrick Mahomes right before he becomes a mega-deal next season.
Chiefs' defense can challenge Patriots with addition of Frank Clark | ESPN
The New England Patriots and their other competitors in the AFC race for the Super Bowl.
Computer Advice on Which Wide Receivers to Draft in 2019: Davante Adams, Julio Jones, or Tyreek Hill? | Scout
Tyreek Hill is number one, followed by Davante Adams and Julio Jones.
As Patrick Mahomes and QB class of 2017 show, Wonderful scores do not mean much | Kansas City Star
Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, the NFL's Most Valuable Player, scored a 24 on the test, which ranked ninth out of 12 quarterbacks. Oakland's Nathan Peterman, who had a 38.4 quarterback rating in four games with the Bills in 2018 (including five touchdowns and two interceptions), had the second-best Wonderful Score of 33.
'I eat blood.' Watch new Chiefs player Frank Clark mic'd-up in a game with Seattle | Kansas City Star
In Seattle's final regular-season game of the 2018 season, Clark had a sack, three quarterback hits and a tackle for loss against the Arizona Cardinals.
And, Clark was mic'd-up for the game. Kansas City:
Around the league
Sources: Steelers target Big Ben deal before draft | ESPN
Josh Gordon signs restricted tender with Patriots | ESPN
Josh Gordon signs restricted tender with Patriots | NFL
New England placed the $ 2.025 million tender on Gordon on March 12. The Patriots would receive a second-round pick in return from New England, though given its status, that scenario is unlikely.  Gordon remains suspended indefinitely again by the NFL for his / her recent violation of the league's substance abuse policy.
Odell Beckham Jr. Tweets He's 'Cancer to a Place' That's OK with Losing | Bleacher Report
After a fan labeled him as having a "loose room cancer," Beckham responded by saying he just "cancer to a place that's ok wit losing."
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Frank Clark takes everything Steve Spagnuolo seeks in a defensive end
Clark fits all three primary criteria – height, weight and arm length – that Spagnuolo has previously desired. He just short on a secondary criterion: bench press.
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One-phrase bio: Four-star recruit and co-op of Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson; named defensive MVP of last year's national championship game.
One-sentence scouting report: Versatile cornerback with experience in most techniques that has length and speed to cover many NFL wide receivers.
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