KANSAS CITY, Mo. — In two years, Kansas City will be readying for an NFL draft.
For now, it's Cleveland's turn as the 2021 NFL Draft kicks off Thursday night.
Night one of the 2021 NFL Draft may not be an anxious one for Kansas City fans as the team doesn't officially have any picks, but the draft can be unpredictable.
No first round pick after their big trade last week.
This year's 31st pick, along with others, was traded away to the Baltimore Ravens for left tackle Orlando Brown Jr.
Brown was drafted in 2018 by the Ravens in the third round. In three seasons with the Ravens, he played in 48 games, starting 42 and was selected to the pro bowl in 2019 and 2020.
Here's some content from our 41 Action News sports team to get you ready for the next three days.
- Nick Jacobs' seven-round Chiefs prediction mock draft
- Tod Palmer's seven-round Chiefs prediction mock draft
- Nick Jacobs' 5th annual Kansas City Chiefs 'best fits' draft big board
- Mahomes says he gives 'input on everything he can' ahead of 2021 NFL Draft
- Nick Jacobs' 7-round Chiefs mock draft: Kansas City gets defensive
- Chiefs haven't ruled out reunion with LT Eric Fisher, RT Mitchell Schwartz
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