Kansas City Chiefs Free Agency Outlook 2014 (Part 1)

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The sting of an epic postseason collapse has worn off and the second year of the Dorsey-Reid administration is officially underway. The team is already in the process of shoring up the roster by offering reserve-futures contracts to several players. The free agency period doesn’t open for another eight weeks (March 11th is the official start date). Before we dive headlong into what Kansas City might be thinking about the 2014 NFL Draft, I’d like to take a look at what help they can get from current NFL players.

I’m certainly not privy to front office information, but I tend to think 2014 will be a fairly modest year for free agency spending in Kansas City. Things were different last year. John Dorsey, the team’s general manager, needed to patch several holes on a roster with a talented core of players. In 2014, he’ll have less work to do, but likely also fewer resources to do it with. The Chiefs have about a half-dozen notable players with contracts that expire over the next two months. Among them: Branden Albert, Tyson Jackson, Jon Asamoah, Dexter McCluster, Kendrick Lewis, and Geoff Schwartz.

After the best single-season performance of quarterback Alex Smith’s career, there’s also a pressing contract extension to consider. You quickly see why 2014 might be a year where the Chiefs will need young, contracted players to develop and a successful draft class. I’m convinced that we’ll probably only see two or three high-profile free agent signings this offseason. As young players will be counted on to step up and mature, Dorsey will also have to backfill the roster with talented depth. I expect a number of lower-profile signings to maintain the overall level of talent on the team.

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Over the next two weeks, we’ll take a look at the players that should be available in this year’s free agent class. Today, I’d like to look specifically at offensive options. The following players aren’t listed in any particular order (we’re just numbering for the sake of organization). With all hearts and minds clear, let’s get started.

Wide Receiver:

Despite the addition of Donnie Avery in 2013, the Chiefs still stand in need of improvement at this position. Avery was inconsistent at best and had only four big games the entire season. Junior Hemingway, while talented, has not yet proven he can be relied upon in this offense. Fortunately for Kansas City, Avery can play in the slot and make room for a true No. 2 receiver should Dorsey sign one.

1. Julian Edelman (New England Patriots)

The departure of Wes Welker in 2013 open the door for a breakout season on Edelman’s part. The Patriot receiver caught a career-high 105 passes in the regular season (36 more than he’d caught in 4 combined seasons with the Pats). The fifth-year veteran is sure-handed and is valuable in the return game. Dexter McCluster is also scheduled to hit free agency and Edelman would be an upgrade at the position. Dex is the better returnman, but Edelman offers more offensively. Overall, he’s a better football player and would be a good complement to Dwayne Bowe.

2. Jeremy Maclin (Philadelphia Eagles)

The former Missouri Tiger is likely atop of most of the FA wishlists in Chiefs Kingdom. Despite a torn ACL in training camp last season, he still figures to get a serious look in free agency. I’d venture to guess he’ll be one of the most highly sought after free agents available. Maclin has publicly stated a desire to return to Philadelphia, but the Eagles have 4-5 notable players set to hit free agency. The fact that Riley Cooper is one of them may play into Kansas City’s hands.

Maclin

3. Dexter McCluster (Kansas City Chiefs)

McCluster just capped off his best NFL season with an invite to next month’s Pro Bowl. He recorded career highs in receptions, receiving yards, yards per catch, touchdown receptions, and a number of punt return categories. He still hasn’t quite lived up to his draft position, but he’s a solid contributor to this football team. McCluster’s also proven to be dangerous in the return game under special teams coordinator Dave Toub. He lead the league in punt return touchdowns in 2013. He’s more valuable to the Chiefs than he is another football team. He’s also a humble player who shouldn’t be hard to re-sign to a reasonable contract.

4. Golden Tate (Seattle Seahawks)

The four-year receiver out of Notre Dame’s career has been trending upward since he joined the league in 2010. 2013 was the best single-season of his tenure in Seattle. Tate averaged a gaudy 14 yards per catch last season and would clearly upgrade the position that Donnie Avery was signed to shore up a year ago. Both Golden Tate and Doug Baldwin are scheduled for free agency come March. Percy Harvin has a 2014 cap number of $13.4 million. Bringing both Tate and Baldwin back would tie heavy coin up at the position. There’s a good chance that Tate breaks free and finds a new NFL home.

Tate

5. Emmanuel Sanders (Pittsburgh Steelers)

Sanders, a former third-round pick drafted by the Steelers in 2010, is an intriguing option for the Chiefs. He’s one of the lesser known wide receivers in this free agency class, but he’s young and has steadily improved since entering the league. Sanders is a fleet-footed option (he runs a 4.40 in the 40-yard dash) who’d help the Chiefs stretch the field. He’ll also contribute in the return game if called upon. In terms of his stature, he’s basically a lighter-version of Donnie Avery.

Tight End:

Tight end is another position group that got a lot of attention in 2013. The Chiefs made two free agency acquisitions (in Anthony Fasano and Sean McGrath). They also used a third-round draft pick on former Bearcat Travis Kelce. Injuries plagued this bunch all season long. Kelce was placed on injured-reserve with a right knee injury. Fasano and McGrath both missed games throughout the year with an assortment of injuries. I think the Chiefs could do without a major signing here, but there will be help available to upgrade the position.

1. Andrew Quarless (Green Bay Packers)

Quarless is the second of two Packer tight ends scheduled to hit free agency in March. He’s spent most of his tenure in Jermichael Finley’s shadow in Green Bay, but could find some value on the open market. It’s also possible that he returns to Green Bay given the nature of Finley’s serious neck injury (that is reportedly going to require spinal fusion surgery). He’s unlikely to fetch a major deal, but would be a great third tight end with the blocking ability to play lots of snaps in Reid’s offense. His numbers won’t jump off the screen at you, but there are several quality pass-catching options in Green Bay. In an offense with fewer standout players, he could catch on and be productive.

2. Jeff Cumberland (New York Jets)

Jeff Cumberland is a name you aren’t likely to hear much of in the offseason. He’s a young tight end who just doesn’t have the name value of players like Finley. He’sslowly gotten better with each season in the league though. Over the past two seasons, he’s amassed 757 receiving yards on just 55 catches (good for 13.8 yards per catch). He’s been more valuable to the Jets offense than Kellen Winslow. Cumberland’s the kind of player I’d sign in Kansas City’s situation with two recent investments in the tight end position.

3. Dennis Pitta (Baltimore Ravens)

Pitta’s name has been thrown around quite a bit in Kingdom circles since the season ended. A dislocated hip sidelined him for three-quarters of the 2013 season. It’s been reported that he would like to return to Baltimore. There’s also been discussion about GM Ozzie Newsome using the franchise tag to retain him. Pitta would give Kansas City a much-needed boost on third down and in the red zone. Coming off of an injury, there’s a chance his open market value will be where the Chiefs need it to be to go back to the tight end well.

Pitta

Guard:

The Chiefs actually had a solid trio of offensive guards last year, but this season two of them are headed for unrestricted free agency (Schwartz and Asamoah). Given their performances, it could prove difficult to bring both of them back. In 2014, guard might be the richest position group among any on the offensive side of the football. Several young and ascending players are scheduled to hit the open market.

1. Geoff Schwartz (Kansas City Chiefs)

Schwartz joined the Chiefs last year on a one-year deal to help add depth to a young and inexperienced offensive line. At the time, I thought this was perhaps one of John Dorsey’s best signings. The injury bug feasted on Kansas City’s offensive front in 2013. Schwartz filled in admirably and played some of the best football of any other player in the position group. He recently told 610 Sports that he’s looking for contract stability. That could be tough to come by in Kansas City, as he’s not the incumbent for any starting position along the offensive line.

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2. Jon Asamoah (Kansas City Chiefs)

In terms of pure talent, the fourth year guard out of Illinois is one of the two or three best offensive linemen on the team. Since being drafted, he’s been one of the quietest members of that bunch. That’s largely because he’s the most consistent of those players. Guards who play well rarely have their names called. Asamoah’s a versatile guard with the strength to fit Reid’s drive-blocking preferences and the athleticism to get downfield and block. Being just 25, I think it’s safe to say that he’ll be a priority to re-sign.

3. Lemuel Jeanpierre (Seattle Seahawks)

Jeanpierre converted to guard from a defensive line position early in his collegiate career with South Carolina. He went on to be acquired by the Seahawks in 2010 as an undrafted free agent. He has only eight career starts in three NFL seasons, but he’s played very well in spots. Signing him would give the Chiefs a quality and affordable insurance plan in case either Schwartz or Asamoah defect for another team.

We’ll pick this back up next week and explore defensive options for the Chiefs. In the meantime, I’d love to hear your thoughts about players you think can help this team in 2014. Use the comment section below to chime in. As always we appreciate your readership and support!

Until next time, Addicts!

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  • tm1946

    Nice read, except I hope you left a word out of the McCluster portion (last sentence). I am hopeful he is humble and will sign a team friendly contract. That said, for me it might be time for him to move on.
    A good TE would be welcome from free agency, college TEs don’t always work out.

    • Stacy D. Smith

      Please excuse the typo (which has been corrected).

      I’m just not sure you can keep throwing money at the TE position given last year’s investments. Had Fasano been healthy, I doubt we’d even be having this discussion about that spot. A small investment, into a guy like Cumberland would make sense, but I’d be more concerned with wide receiver. A healthy Fasano and McGrath combination gives you perfectly serviceable tight ends.

      • Michael Shaw

        Not only that, but I would expect a healthy Kelce to be in the mix at TE next year as well.

        • Stacy D. Smith

          He will be. That kid’s so athletic, I have to think he’ll have a chance to stick if he can stay on the field.

          • toperspective

            Any word on his rehab? When I hear micro-fracture I assume a very long recovery time. Hopefully I’m wrong.

          • Stacy D. Smith

            I thought he was on schedule for spring OTA’s?

          • Michael Shaw

            I am not a doctor, but doesn’t it seem that an actual break takes less time to heal then a micro fracture? Wouldn’t they be better off just breaking it and healing it completely????? I have never had either so I am ignorant on the subject.

          • toperspective

            Makes two of us. The micro fracture is actually the procedure that is performed on the knee due to a cartilage injury or defect.

            “Microfracture surgery is an articular cartilage repair surgical technique that works by creating tiny fractures in the underlying bone. This causes new cartilage to develop from a so-called super-clot.”

          • berttheclock

            I had one in my lower right hip last year and it was several months before I could drive more than five miles without stopping somewhere and standing on the curb with one hand leaning on the car and allowing my right foot to dangle free a bit lower than the curb level. I know another person who had one in her back and it took months to heal properly.

          • berttheclock

            But, didn’t you play one on “General Hospital” or was it “ER”?

          • berttheclock

            Before his injury, Toub was really liking his ST work. One difference with Kerce is Reid would love to use him as a H-back type, as well. When, he is healthy, he gives a team several options.

        • Troy Utt

          Michael, Not sure if you recall me telling of my time spent at camp with Dorsey? Long story short in our conv’s one topic he brought up was Kelce, & how excited they were about him as not only was he a hard worker but he did the little things that make a diff…
          Dorsey went on to say Kelce had been in touch w/ TG & was using his training program on & off the field. Catching the extra balls after practice, etc… Maybe that will make the diff for us!!! As he was put on season ending IR we all had to wait, hopefully he comes back 100%…

  • berttheclock

    Interesting noting both Baldwin and Tate. Baldwin came in as an UDFA and his 2013 salary is $555,000, just $75 thou less than Tate’s who was a much higher draft pick. I’m sure their agents are looking hard at that April 2013 extension of $34 M given to Kam Chancellor, who, originally, was only 3 picks higher than Kendrick Lewis. JeanPierre is also at $555,000. However, I wonder how Schneider is going to manipulate Paul Allen’s money as both Richard Sherman and Russell Wilson are being paid in that $500 thou range, Sherman at $555,000 and Wilson at $526,217. Should the Seahawks prevail in the SB, there is going to be an “Oklahoma land rush” on the door of Schneiders demanding far more money and the agents of Baldwin, Tate and JeanPierre are going to have Big Dollar signs in their respective eyes.

    • Stacy D. Smith

      I couldn’t agree more.

  • berttheclock

    If Mr Dorsey really wants Golden Tate, he should, immediately, start searching for the finest Maple Bar bakers in the Greater KC area. Tate has a taste for such. In his rookie year, after too much tippling, he reached into a bakery case and pilfered several maple bars. He was cited and had to live this down in Seattle. However, some of his spectacular catches of late have made this story disappear from the Seattle Times.

    • Stacy D. Smith

      What’s a Maple Bar?

      • berttheclock

        Well, it is very well known how you watch your figure, but, my wife loves maple bars. The story about Tate was he was living in an apartment above a donut shop and made a late night trip downstairs where he purloined several of the tasty maple covered pastries.

  • Michael Shaw

    I don’t see us letting asamoah or schwartz go to anyone. Just doesn’t keep in line with moving forward. Letting those two go would immediately set this offense back, not maintain the chemistry they developed by the year’s end. As for the TE position, I really don’t see a huge need unless the possibly over-hyped kid coming out of college this year fits into our plans, I say keep Fasano, “Bloodbath” McGrath and Kelce. With Fasano and Kelce healthy, I think our TE position is solid. As humble as Dexter is, I could see him staying with a team and Dex friendly contract. I could also see Andy wanting Dorsey to go hard at Maclin. I am sure he would love working with Andy again. I am not sure Tate is a good fit for this team, I mean I know he might be a better receiver, but I think Dex is a bit faster than he is and I don’t see Pittsburgh letting Sanders get away after letting Wallace go to Miami. They simply cannot afford to lose him as well. As for Edelman, I would think Tom would explode if they let another guy he relies on go to FA. You could tell at the beginning of the year that he was furious about not having a valid receiver after they let Welker go. I think we part ways with Avery and use Jenkins in his spot. I saw some good play by him in a couple of the high scoring games we had and he seems to be faster than Avery and might have better hands. He just needs an offseason in this offense since he was traded to us right as the regular season began. He was just too far behind the curve to catch on early on in the season in my opinion.

    • berttheclock

      I have felt for sometime that all Jenkins really needed was to work more with Alex Smith and have his confidence return. In addition, I have notice Jenkins getting more and more snaps even on Special Teams. Remember, in the year of the 2012 draft, only three wide outs, Jeffron, Hilton, and Allen have really produced. Of course, it is not easy for any wide out to move up to the NFL, but, those three are really ahead of the pack. Jenkins was taken higher than any of them, as he was the 4th WR taken. Sort of got lost in the Bay, but, consider, last weekend, Kaepernick hit several different receivers and Jon Baldwin was not one of them, in fact, he was not even playing. Baldwin in free agency will completely disappear.

      • Stacy D. Smith

        Jenkins made a few plays down the stretch. He’ll get to stick around and compete, but we can’t depend on him just yet.

        • mnelson52

          I thought Hemmingway made good strides this year.

          • Michael Shaw

            I did too. I think that part of the problem with both Jenkins and Hemmingway is that there were too many guys the team was trying to get going ahead of them. When Avery and Bowe weren’t catching balls, then they tried going to the other guys. That and I think they may have taken awhile to get to know this new offense Andy brought in. We shall see.

          • Stacy D. Smith

            13 catches. That’s progress I ‘spose, but not enough to warrant me standing pat at that position.

          • KCMikeG

            No but I believe he has the potential to be a strong #3 and even challenge for the #2 spot. Unless of course we draft a WR with our #1 pick.

          • Stacy D. Smith

            The potential is certainly there. Having a little more competition could help bring it out of him.

          • thabear04

            Had a better season the Jeff Webb

          • Stacy D. Smith

            You had a better season than Jeff Webb.

    • Stacy D. Smith

      Schwartz could be trouble. I think he wants to start and honestly, I can’t blame him. I thought he would start over Jeff Allen, but that didn’t happen. Sounds right now like he wants the kind of deal you can’t give to a backup offensive lineman. I hope I’m wrong about that though.

      • KCMikeG

        Was Asamoah hurt? Is that why he didn’t come back and Schwartz keep starting at RT? I agree Allen is the weak link and we need both of these guys. Totally agree with Michael Shaw’s post above. I think Lewis and Jackson go away. Keep the rest. Great article Stacy. Really like the insight on potential moves to keep my mind on our Chiefs.

        • berttheclock

          BTW, did you read there is another excellent free safety added to the draft? Ed Reynolds, the All American FS from Stanford, has just announced he will enter the draft. Could be available for the Chiefs.

          • KCMikeG

            He looks promising. The difficult part of our safety needs is not knowing what we can expect from Commings. Obviously R&D think highly of him as they put him on IR to return and then tried to bring him back. I hope our need at safety isn’t as bad as we think it is so we can focus more on the other needs.

          • cyberry

            I also read that Deone Bucannon..S from Washington State.. He is a hard hitting safety but also has 5 or 6 interceptions.. Everybody assumed he was just a SS.. but apparently he has the skill set to play either..

        • Stacy D. Smith

          Asamoah was hurt at one point, but late in the year he was a healthy scratch.

          • KCMikeG

            So do we bring him back? How is he not better than Allen?

          • Stacy D. Smith

            Absolutely. He’s a good young football player who should retain his starting gig. That’s why I think there’s a chance we won’t get Schwartz back. Unless Reid can convince him that there will be an open competition with Allen for left guard.

          • KCMikeG

            Good. He has done the job for us at RG. Well I hope they can get Schwartz back at LG. Allen needs time to develop better strength and balance to be good enough to be a starter for our OL. Speaking of strength & conditioning – I know I’m a little crazy but I hope they give Fisher the job at his natural LT position and let Albert go. I like BA but he’s not elite and is wanting elite $$$. IMO with another offseason Stephenson will be ready to be a pretty good RT. Draft another DonSteve swing tackle and we are set.

    • Chuck Burrell

      Jenkins has 9 career catches

  • Chris Tarrants

    If we sign a mid level WR such as Maclin or even keep Dex and draft one either in round 1 or 3 I think that we will be alright in WR department. Hemmingway was gaining confidence all year, and Jenkins had flashes of greatness. If Jenkins gets a whole year to learn the system, gel with everybody and get lots of 1st team reps in camp and preseason then he could be the diamond and leave San Fran with a big ol hunk of coal in Baldwin

    • KCMikeG

      Agreed. No way they brought Jenkins here w/o confirming with AS11.

  • Nobody

    I think the the thought of Maclin is an awful idea. Lets face it we need someone who can either #1 be the next best thing, or #2 need someone who is reliable (Edelman). Maclin is very injury prone so signing him to anything other than an incentive based deal would be absurd.What about drafting DeAnthony Thomas from Oregon. This guy is an amazing WR. Keep Fasano and McGrath they will see improved #s next year with the addition of a good WR.

    #1 WR
    #2 O-LINE
    #3 SECONDARY

    • Stacy D. Smith

      Maclin knows he’ll have to take a 1-year deal and he’s willing to do that.

      • Nobody

        To even be in the mix for signing Maclin we would need to offer up a 2/3 year deal. There’s going to be other teams who are willing to make that offer on a gamble he can come back healthy. Injuries in the last 3 seasons straight should be the biggest of red flags.

        • Stacy D. Smith

          Aside from 2013, Maclin had missed fewer than six games his entire career. Last season was the first time he had a major injury that caused him to miss a bunch of time. I’m not sure teams will jump so quickly into a three-year deal with other receiver help out there on the market, but even at that, I’d be willing to give him a multi-year deal for the right price.

          • Nobody

            I really like Edelmans toughness over Maclin, but like I think we agree the deal will need to be for the right price. What do you think about drafting DeAnthony Thomas? It just seems like an amazing fit.

          • Stacy D. Smith

            The runningback out of Oregon?

          • Nobody

            Yes putting him in slot more and the fix for losing McCluster.

          • Stacy D. Smith

            Too smallish for my taste. I’d go elsewhere.

          • KCMikeG

            No way Reid lets Dexter go. We will play an even bigger role next year.

          • DoubleD

            Dexter made a few big plays in the slot but was a complete non-factor more often than not. He made his biggest splash as a PR and odds are he doesn’t repeat his performance as a PR phenom. The reality is that it’s extremely rare for a returner to put together multiple stand-out seasons in that role. Just sayin’.

          • KCMikeG

            That’s the thing he’s not just a returner. The guy can do it all. He wasn’t used as a returner in 2012 but has put up 600-700 yards each of his other 3 years. Dexter has contributed around 4,300 total yards over four seasons with almost 1,500 yards in 2011 when Charles went down and he had over 500 yards rushing. He hit 1,200 yards in Reid’s first year in receiving & return yards alone. IMO Reid will use him even more next year and we will see even better production from him.

          • Stacy D. Smith

            He likes the little guy.

    • Michael Shaw

      I seriously doubt Brady will not have something to say about Edelman staying with the Pats. That was his ONLY valid threat this year as Amendola and Gronk were always hurt.

      • Nobody

        I feel the same way. It seems like Brady would freak if they took Edelman and Welker in consecutive years.

    • KCMikeG

      Totally agree on Maclin. I would prioritize secondary over OL assuming we keep Asamoah & Schwartz.

      • Nobody

        Albert is a HUGE piece of the O-line and resigning him needs to be a top priority. This offense needs improvement in the passing game and Alex needs blindside stability.

        • sidibeke

          I just don’t see Albert staying. KC won’t have the $ to pay him, and the line did well when he wasn’t in due to injury.

        • Stacy D. Smith

          Albert’s reportedly looking for something in the area of $9m per year and a $25m guarantee. He’s just not worth that kind of coin with so much injury trouble. I hate to see him go, but he’s just not a good bargain for this team.

  • toperspective

    I just don’t see the cap room to bring in much in the way of free agents. If the price is right I’d like to see Schwartz, Asamoah and McCluster back. However, I’m afraid McCluster will be too expensive. I hope Kelce can return because I think don’t think Fasano and McGrath provide any offensive threat. The main focus this offseason needs to be on the defensive side of the ball. They need pass rushing help, a linebacker, a safety and a CB.

    • berttheclock

      Fasano was really affected badly by his injuries. When, he returned, he didn’t have the same speed in releasing, but, even more evident was his blocking abilities fell off. In the first game against the Colts, the color man called him out twice for failing to complete a needed block. So, it may be a combination of off season healing and a ton of time spent in the weight room.

      • toperspective

        Let’s hope that was the problem. These guys try to play injured so it will be hard to know until next season whether it is a temp or perm problem.

  • Calchiefsfan

    As much as I would like to see an upgrade at WR do the Chiefs have the money to do it with all their other needs? I would put keeping our O line together as the #1 priority for this offense. Yes I’m saying resign Albert if he gets reasonable, even though it would still probably be in the $6.5-7.5 mil range. They were just starting to gel at the end of the season. The Chiefs are going to need all of them if they intend to compete with the top teams next year. I’m hoping that both the WR and TE positions will be better next year because of health and the fact that everyone is more familiar with the system and each other. My vote is to resign all our key free agents on offense and not bring in expensive outside help, imho. Though i reserve the right to completely flip flop as the off season develops.

    Now Stacy when you do your next article on the defense, that’s where the Chiefs really need to get busy. Let’s hope Lyle is right. In his article on cap space he speculated that Dorsey could restructure Berry’s, Hali’s and Flower’s contracts to free up around $12 mil. If Dorsey can do that we have a chance of retaining our core talent and picking up a few key players.

    • Stacy D. Smith

      You’ll probably only see three or four need areas on defense. They need a couple pieces, but I wouldn’t look for many major additions to that side of the ball.

      • Calchiefsfan

        Free safety and a new DC is all I’m really looking for. I think we have some young guys who will step next year like Cooper, Catapano, Bailey etc. maybe even Parker too.
        On offense I just want to see us resign everybody on the O line. I’m wondering what kind of potential Reid/Dorsey see in Jenkins. If they see a lot then it’s good bye to Avery. I know it’s a long shot but I’m really hoping they figure out a way to keep Albert.

  • Neal Schemonia

    Dex is good slot guy more work with Alex andd he will be a go to guy on 3rd n short in the passing game as well as his skills in return game. Look to resign him. Look to resign asamoah. Look to get Maclin but dont overpay for him, Maclin was a really good wr in Andys scheme and with Alex he will blossom. Keep Jenkins, he just needs more work in the system and with Alex give him one more year.

  • sidibeke

    I saw Bowe quotes as saying something along the lines of “if we get a good #2 WR…” about next year. Seems clear what he thinks of his receiving corps. I know I’m going to see some guys leave I don’t want to, but it’ll be interesting to see how the roster shakes out.

  • DoubleD

    Excellent recap of off-season options Reach. Looking forward to your run down on defensive FAs. I feel there are several quality TE’s in the upcoming draft and so in my dream-world offseason, the Chiefs bring in one the aforementioned WRs (not-named-McCluster) and use their first 2 picks on TE and DB.

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