Chiefs grab linemen in first round
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- The Kansas City Chiefs started their big
draft with big men.
First, they used the overall Number 5 selection to grab Glenn
Dorsey, a 297-pound All-American defensive lineman who helped lead
LSU to the national championship.
Then they swapped their 17th pick of the first round for
Detroit's 15th and used it for Virginia offensive lineman Branden
He's a 316-pounder who can play both tackle and guard.
Both Dorsey and Albert will be counted on to become instant
On the heels of their worst season in 30 years, the Chiefs went
into the draft with 13 picks altogether and six of the first 82.
(Copyright 2008 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)