Obviously Pioli left here on the best of terms and with Belichick's blessing. That said, I was wondering if anyone had any insights on how much pre-draft work is typically accomplished at this time of year, and what preliminary decisions have been made, seeing as the organization has a full college season of scouting under their belts. I'd imagine that Pioli is typically pretty engrossed in that once the regular season trading deadline has passed, and likely has a good idea of who he'd like to target for the organization. More than likely he left the Pats with everything as in good shape as it could be leading into the draft. Given his leaving on such good terms, what information, if anything would he leave with, regarding draft prospects? While I can't imagine him walking out the door with DVDs of scouting reports, by the same token, I'd have to think he did plenty of work and scouting at home as well as at the office and isn't exactly showing up to work for the Chief's as a clean slate and empty handed. Anyone have any thoughts or insights on this? I'd have to think that later in the draft the Patriots could see themselves and the Chiefs vying for many of the same players, no? Especially this year as both Pioli and Belichick's decisions are largely based on the same pool of scouting reports and data.