Alton, Mo. – The National Football League has done the last thing before the actual draft for the teams to know when their selections are. The Kansas City Chiefs, reigning Super Bowl champions, have five selections in the draft and no compensatory picks.
The Chiefs now have five draft selections. But they can gain more selections or lose some as the draft is not quite here yet. For the sixty-third pick, the San Francisco 49ers traded that pick.
Here, as follows, are the picks the Kansas City Chiefs will have in the 2020 Draft:
1st round – No. 32
2nd round – No. 63 ( from San Francisco 49ers)
3rd round – No. 96
4th round – No. 138
5th round – No. 177
But the Chiefs are not the only team that has no compensatory pick. The Super Bowl opponent, the San Francisco 49ers, the New York Jets, the Los Angeles Chargers, are just to name a few who had no compensatory pick this year. Every Super Bowl champion has the last pick of each round before the compensatory picks begin in the draft. The 2020 National Football League Draft will take place in Las Vegas, Nevada, April 23-25, 2020. All the thirty-two teams will be there, or at least some representatives of them.