Chiefs offseason stars: Locks, hopefuls and future cuts

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On defense there wasn’t a player that I enjoyed watching more than Justin March the first week against the Cardinals. As an undrafted rookie he was making a great case for a roster spot before his injury. March was always seen flying around and creating havoc in the backfield for the opposing offense. From what Charles Davis was able to find out when he visited the Chiefs last week it sounds like they will find a way to keep him. I’m hoping his torn meniscus is a minor tear and that he can recover quickly as his instincts look to be very good and he could make a case to start next to DJ. – Hopeful

David Irving is a big man. At 6-foot-7 he is not your prototypical defensive lineman. He showed flashes against the Cardinals but still has a long way to go if he wants to make a very deep Chiefs defensive line. He added a blocked field goal attempt as well but will have to find a way to beat out Rakeem Nunez-Roches unless the Chiefs keep seven lineman while waiting for Poe to come back. – Future Cut but could be great on the practice squad

Of all the Chiefs that had to be itching for a game to play it had to be Mike Catapano that wanted to play in one the worst. After suffering from an intestinal illness in 2014 and missing the entire season, “Big Cat” made his presence felt on the football field against the Seahawks. Catapano is part of the great depth the Chiefs should have on the defensive line and could help give Poe a breather on third downs once he comes back from injury. Mike has a place on the Chiefs final roster and looks to have a big year in 2015. – Lock

What do you think, Addicts? What stars did you see in the first two games and will they earn roster spots?