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Their priority is to upgrade along the offensive line.

“They’ve been fairly safe picks over the years,” Chiefs coach Andy Reid added. “You evaluate the success rate with all the positions, and you’ll come back to the offensive line and say, `Yeah, that’s a fairly safe pick, offensive tackle.’”

It’s not the eye-catching pick that’s going to energize fans, though, even if the reality is that no such player appears available. Luck and Robert Griffin III provided that kind of appeal in last year’s draft, but there is a dearth of high-end quarterback prospects this season.

Otherwise, the Chiefs wouldn’t have such a decision on their hands.

Kansas City was also listening to trade offers in the final days before the draft, and Dorsey made it clear that he would consider moving out of the top pick for the right deal.

“You have to weigh so many variables and options for the betterment of this organization,” he said. “When you sit in this seat, you’re not only responsible for yourself, but you’re responsible for numerous other things within this organization. So, you have to weigh those factors in. At the end of the day, you have to do what’s best for this organization.”