Chiefs Win Toss, Draft at No. 11

From Indianapolis, Indiana

It was Coin Flip Friday at the NFL Scouting Combine and the Chiefs came up a winner.

Just after 6 a.m. CST, an NFL official flipped into the air a specially minted coin with an arrowhead on one side, and a sea hawk on the other. The Chiefs and Seattle finished tied for the No. 11 spot in the first-round order for the 2012 NFL Draft in April.

The coin landed showing the arrowhead, so the Chiefs get pick No. 11 and the Seahawks will draft at No. 12.

The last time the Chiefs had the 11th spot in the first round was the 1982 NFL Draft when they selected WR Anthony Hancock out of Tennessee.

In the first coin flip of the morning, the Miami Dolphins gained the No. 8 slot in the first round winning the coin toss with the Carolina Panthers.

Here’s a link to the first-round draft order.

One Response to “Chiefs Win Toss, Draft at No. 11”

  • February 24, 2012  - Charles Nielson says:

    Let’s hope they pick someone better than Hancock.

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