Midnight is here and the legal tampering has begun.
According to Albert Breer of NFL Network, the Kansas City Chiefs have shown early interest in Dolphins CB Sean Smith.
Even with Dunta Robinson in the fold, the Chiefs have shown an interest in CB Sean Smith early on in the contact period.
— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) March 9, 2013
This is interesting considering just before midnight the news broke that the Chiefs agreed to a three-year deal with former Atlanta Falcons CB Dunta Robinson.
Smith played over one-thousand snaps for the Dolphins last season. According to Pro Football Focus, Smith graded -3.1 overall in 2012. Sill, that grade is pretty close to average. Not too far in one direction or the other, considering how much Smith played.
Unlike Robinson, who graded a little low in pass coverage and better in run defense, Smith graded a little better in coverage (+0.7) and a little low on run defense (-1.5).
Smith is still pretty young as he will turn 26 in July. He was a second-round pick by he Dolphins in 2009. He possesses tremendous size at 6-3.
If the Chiefs can manage to snag Smith, to go along with Robinson and Flowers, they will be in very good shape at CB.
What do you think, Addicts? Should the Chiefs snag Smith too or stand pat with Robinson?