No. 11 overall pick NT Dontari Poe is currently running with the third-stringers.
Chiefs first-round pick Dontari Poe has practiced as only a nickel defender so far in training camp.
Chiefs signed No. 11 overall pick NT Dontari Poe to a four-year contract.
The Chiefs and first-round DT Dontari Poe were "not close" to a contract as of Tuesday afternoon, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.
First-round pick Dontari Poe has been inserted as the Chiefs' starting nose tackle at OTA practices.
The Chiefs rejected a pair of offers to trade down in order to select NT Dontari Poe at No. 11 overall.
Chiefs selected Memphis NT Dontari Poe with the No. 11 overall pick in the 2012 NFL draft.
According to Sporting News' Russ Lande, "many teams" are comparing Memphis NT Dontari Poe to former top-six draft bust Ryan Sims.
Panthers coach Ron Rivera said that he's looking to use the No. 9 overall pick on a player that will "help us right away."
According to SI's Peter King, Memphis NT Dontari Poe is drawing the "widest disparity of opinion" of any potential early first-round pick.
A source tells the Fort Worth Star-Telegram that the Cowboys have not scheduled a pre-draft visit with Memphis NT Dontari Poe because they "don't want to draw attention to him."
SI.com draft analyst Tony Pauline reports that Memphis NT Dontari Poe is the "apple of (the Cowboys') eyes" at the No. 14 overall pick.
One NFL personnel executive told the Trenton Times that Memphis NT Dontari Poe is sure to be "overdrafted" based on size and athleticism, but "didn't do anything" in games.
Acknowledging that free agent moves have left Stanford OG David DeCastro as an unlikelihood at No. 14 overall, Cowboys owner/GM Jerry Jones added that he's "impressed" with Memphis DT Dontari Poe.