This is the fifth in a weekly look at how new Chiefs general manager John Dorsey and coach Andy Reid drafted with their previous teams, Dorsey as director of college scouting for the Green Bay Packers and Reid as head coach with the Philadelphia Eagles. Next week we’ll look at the best defensive players. Click here for The Star’s previous posts. Though the Chiefs have put the franchise tag on left tackle Branden Albert, they still may use the first overall pick of the NFL Draft to take Texas A&M tackle Luke Joeckel, just in case they don’t sign Albert to a long-term contract, or as insurance if Albert continues to experience back problems that sidelined him for five of the last six games of the 2012 season. During Reid’s 14 years with the Eagles and Dorsey’s 12 seasons overseeing the scouting department in Green Bay, each of his teams drafted two offensive linemen in the first round and one in the second round. The Packers, in fact, took offensive tackles in the first round in 2010 and 2011. Here’s a look at how those picks turned out. Read more here: