Looks like Kansas City is moving up once again. The Chiefs have acquired pick #139 from the Vikings, according to ESPN.com’s Ben Goessling (via Twitter). Minnesota will receive a pair of fifth-rounders (picks #170 and picks #180).
With their new draft pick, the Chiefs selected wide receiver Jehu Chesson. The offensive weapon spent four seasons at Michigan, where he served in a variety of roles. This past season, Chesson hauled in 35 catches for 500 yards and two touchdowns. He also added another 63 rushing yards. His best collegiate season came in 2015, when he finished with 919 all-purpose yards and 11 scores.