Top 5 Headlines 5/15: What Would 2005 Draft Redo look like for Chiefs?

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1. Chiefs' world would look different with this 2005 draft redo

By Adam Teicher - ESPN

"The world for the Kansas City Chiefs over the last 10 seasons would look different if the 2005 NFL draft went as pointafter.com now suggests it would if the 32 teams had it to do over again. The Chiefs would never have been able to draft linebacker Derrick Johnson from Texas with the 15th overall pick that year.

Johnson instead would have gone to the Arizona Cardinals with the eighth pick and the Chiefs would have wound up with Miami defensive back Antrel Rolle, who went to the Cardinals with that eighth pick in 2005."    READ MORE…

2. Roger Goodell to hear Tom Brady's appeal of Deflategate suspension

By ESPN.com news services - ESPN

"NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has elected to preside over the appeal of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady's suspension, rejecting the NFLPA's request that an independent arbitrator hear the case.

"Commissioner Goodell will hear the appeal of Tom Brady's suspension in accordance with the process agreed upon with the NFL Players Association in the 2011 collective bargaining agreement," NFL spokesman Greg Aiello said in a statement Thursday night.

NFLPA officials declined immediate comment."    READ MORE…

3. Recent NFL Draft Stats Shine Light On Prep Athletic Participation

By BJ Kissel - KCChiefs.com

"A couple of weeks ago, the NFL welcomed 256 of the best college football players in the world to the highest level of competition in their sport by way of the NFL Draft.

Many of these players, who came in all shapes and sizes and from different backgrounds, shared a similar athletic history.

According to an article by Danielle Elliot of Yahoo Sports, 224 of the 256 (88 percent) players that were drafted competed in multiple sports in high school, including 28 of the 32 first-round picks."    READ MORE…

4. Melvin Gordon hopes to ignite Chargers' ground game

By Eric D. Williams - ESPN

"Here's a statistic that sums up the reason San Diego Chargers general manager Tom Telesco was compelled to give up a fourth-rounder in this year's draft and a fifth in 2016 in order to move up two spots to draft Wisconsin running back Melvin Gordon:

According to ESPN Stats & Information, Gordon finished with 35 rushes of 20 yards or longer in his final season at Wisconsin, nine more than any other Football Bowl Subdivision player in a single season in the last decade.

San Diego totaled just six rushes of 20 yards or longer in 2014."    READ MORE…

5. Here's a strong prediction of early success for Mitch Morse

By Adam Teicher - ESPN

"For those with ESPN Insider access, Louis Riddick has an interesting post on his six best matches between draft pick and team that should allow the player to succeed early in his NFL career.

Mitch Morse, the Missouri offensive lineman drafted by the Kansas City Chiefs in the second round, is on Riddick's list."    READ MORE…

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