With just over three hours to go until the start of the 2013 NFL draft, we’ve finally figured out what the Kansas City Chiefs plan to do with the first overall selection.
Charean Williams of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports that Texas A&M offensive tackle Luke Joeckel has been informed that the Chiefs plan to use the first pick in the draft on Central Michigan offensive tackle Eric Fisher.
For months, it was widely reported that Kansas City would go with either Joeckel or Fisher when the team hit the clock for the first round of the draft, but many speculated that it was Joeckel who would hear his name called first. Jay Glazer of Fox Sports reported Wednesday evening that he believed the Chiefs would go with Fisher.
One down, 31 to go. Now, if we could only figure out what in the heck the Jacksonville Jaguars are planning to do with the second pick.
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