A Breakdown of the Chiefs' Current Roster Heading Into This Week's Draft

The roster is about to change drastically; here’s how it looks now

Back in mid-January, we took a deeper look into the Kansas Chiefs Roster as it stood. The Chiefs have compiled 43 regular-season wins under the John Dorsey-Andy Reid regime in its first four years, a stretch only rivaled in franchise history by the 1994-97 Chiefs, who won 44.

Since mid-January, the Chiefs have made a number of transactions that have changed the look of the roster:

Signed: DL Bennie Logan, OL Mike Person, S Marqueston Huff, TE Gavin Escobar
Contract Extension:OL Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, S Eric Berry, S Daniel SorensenReleased:RB Jamaal Charles, DL Jaye Howard

The Chiefs head into the NFL Draft this Thursday holding 10 picks, meaning by Saturday evening, the roster as it stands now should change dramatically.

Here's how it currently looks:


The Chiefs are currently made up of 28 draft choices, 24 free agents, three trades and two waiver claims.

Here is how the roster shapes out based upon experience:


And finally, here is a look at where the current members of the Chiefs roster were drafted:


The Chiefs currently have nine first-round picks on their roster.

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