Kansas City Chiefs’ 2015 Free Agency Outlook: Part 2

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1. Stevie Brown (Giants)

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The safety position is one area where general manager John Dorsey has had success in free agency. Between Husain Abdullah, Kurt Coleman, and Quintin Demps, he’s been able to bring in productive players on modest contracts. Despite their FA fortune at safety, they may be going back to the well come March with Sanders Commings lack of durability and Eric Berry’s cancer diagnosis. Stevie Brown should be an inexpensive option at free safety. He’s had injury issues in the past, but where he’s been healthy, he’s been reliable. His best year as a pro was in 2012. Brown picked off eight passes, defended 11, and forced two fumbles (posting a PFF grade of +4.5 on the year).

2. Sergio Brown (Colts)

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Another Brown the Chiefs may consider is currently a pending free agent for the Indianapolis Colts. Sergio Brown got the most extensive starting experience of his career while LaRon Landry served his suspension for performance-enhancing drugs. He responded well and amassed 33 stops, 6 passes defensed and a sack on the season. That performance earned Brown a +5.3 grade from Pro Football Focus. His lack of starting experience may be some cause for concern, but he took advantage of the opportunities he was given in 2014.

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