THE KANSAS CITY CHIEFS ARE NOW THE BIGGEST SUPER VILLAIN TEAM IN SPORTS: Multiple NFL teams have specifically told their players who wanted to be traded recently that the only team they could not be traded to was the Chiefs.    

THE KANSAS CITY CHIEFS ARE NOW THE BIGGEST SUPER VILLAIN TEAM IN SPORTS: Multiple NFL teams have specifically told their players who wanted to be traded recently that the only team they could not be traded to was the Chiefs.    

Multiple #NFL teams have specifically told their players who wanted to be traded recently that thpe only team they cannot be traded to was the Chiefs.

That includes Stef Diggs & Diontae Johnson

Just two years ago, the Kansas City Chiefs leapfrogged the Buffalo Bills on Day 1 of the NFL Draft to select cornerback Trent McDuffie, who the Bills admittedly would have taken with the 23rd overall selection (they took CB Kaiir Elam with that pick instead).

Now that the Bills have traded away star receiver Stefon Diggs and lost Gabe Davis to free agency, it’s clear that the team needs more receivers. That makes them an obvious favorite to select a pass catcher in the first round of the 2024 NFL Draft

But could the Chiefs yet again leapfrog their AFC rivals and take a player of interest to Buffalo? Using PFF’s mock draft simulator, I devised a scenario in which the two-time defending Super Bowl champions move in front of the Bills in the draft to select one of this year’s top receiver prospects

In this mock draft, Kansas City traded the No. 32, No. 131, and No. 159 picks to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in exchange for the No. 26 pick. This put the Chiefs one spot ahead of the Arizona Cardinals (via Houston) and two spots ahead of the Bills.

With the 26th overall pick, the Chiefs selected LSU receiver Brian Thomas Jr