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Chiefs pick defensive tackle Alex Magee

KANSAS CITY, Mo. The Kansas City Chiefs have stuck with defense and selected Alex Magee, a big tackle from Purdue, with their third-round pick in the NFL draft.

The Chiefs, who finished next-to-last in defense last year, took LSU defensive end Tyson Jackson with the overall No. 3 pick in the first round Saturday. They did not have another selection until Sunday’s third round after trading their second-round choice to New England for quarterback Matt Cassel.

The 6-foot-2, 300-pound Magee also played defensive end for the Boilermakers.

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26 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Haskin: Chiefs' pick sound, not splashy

The total makeover was sexy, but not the first pick.

There was a party in the pavilion. NFL Network dispatched a crew. Peter King was in the war room.

The first draft conducted for the Kansas City Chiefs by general manager Scott Pioli and coach Todd Haley had all the trappings.

Until it was time to select and the team settled for a self-described "country boy" from LSU who lacks what you normally value in the third overall pick dazzling stats, star power and immediate oomph.

To think, defensive end Tyson Jackson was 16th on Mel Kiper's board.

Didn't matter. The new Chiefs regime is committed to building a team their way. Draft day impressions are unimportant. Even when the third-best splash is available.

With Carl Peterson still dangling in effigy, shaving cream freshly etched in the shape of an arrowhead and cans strung to the back of the bandwagon, the Chiefs brass gets a honeymoon pass.

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26 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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O'Dell: ANALYSIS: Chiefs' manager unpredictable, but headed in right direction

Fans had a lot of opinions at the Chiefs’ draft party Saturday, as to who the team’s first pick should be.

Some wanted the team to trade down for more picks. Some wanted an offensive lineman. Most people seemed to want outside linebacker Aaron Curry of Wake Forest University, because of his ability to help the defense in a number of ways.

It was a bit like children telling Santa what they want for Christmas. Even Chiefs’ owner Clark Hunt got in on the act, when he came out to ask fans who they wanted. Voices from all over the facility shouted responses.

Many fans were curious to see how the Chiefs’ new general manager Scott Pioli chose his picks, because Pioli has been unpredictable.

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26 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Tyson Jackson Highlights

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25 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Video: Haley excited about Jackson's potential

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25 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Covitz: Jackson seems like a reach

I haven't heard Scott Pioli's explanation yet, and who am I to question the architect that won three Super Bowls in New England?

But ...

The Chiefs need a pass rusher. The Chiefs need an offensive tackle. The Chiefs need help at linebacker.

They took defensive end Tyson Jackson of LSU. They passed on Eugene Monroe. They passed on Aaron Curry.

Jackson had all of 8 sacks during the past two years at LSU, and in one of those seasons he was playing alongside Glenn Dorsey.

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25 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Teicher: Detroit rejects KC's offer

The Chiefs are apparently trying hard to move down from the number three spot. I'm hearing they offered the Lions that pick plus a fourth-round choice in return for Detroit's other first-rounder (#20) and Detroit's second-rounder (#33).The Lions rejected the offer. Too bad for the Chiefs. Since they don't have a second-round pick, this stands a chance of being a one-player draft for the Chiefs. And they need more than one player from this draft.
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25 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Chiefs, QB Cassel agree on six-year deal

The Kansas City Chiefs and QB Matt Cassel have reached an agreement on a new six-year deal, NFL Network’s Michael Lombardi reports.

Complete financial details weren’t immediately known, but the deal will include $36 million in guaranteed money. That’s $5.7 million less than Matthew Stafford, who hasn’t taken an NFL snap, will receive in guaranteed money from the Detroit Lions as the No. 1 draft pick.

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25 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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