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Kansas City focuses on offense during final day of draft

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Oregon running back De’Anthony Thomas carries the ball during an NCAA football game against Arizona on Saturday, Nov. 23, 2013, in Tucson, Ariz.

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — After the Kansas City Chiefs spent two days bolstering their defense with lesser-known prospects, they went after some big names to help their offense on the final day of the NFL draft.
The Chiefs spent their fourth-round pick Saturday on dynamic playmaker De’Anthony Thomas, whose good buddy Snoop Dogg tweeted his approval a few minutes later. Then in the fifth round, Kansas City nabbed Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray, once considered a first-round talent.
The Chiefs wrapped their draft by adding a pair of offensive linemen in the sixth round. Zach Fulton is a mammoth guard from ...


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