5. Rashad Johnson – After having spent his first six seasons in Arizona, Johnson could be moving on and the Chiefs are needing safeties. While not top tier, Johnson does have an impressive 15 interceptions despite only starting roughly half of the time.
4. Mohamed Sanu – The Chiefs are always looking to add some wide receiver help and Sanu could be that solid No. 2 behind Jeremy Maclin. While being paired with AJ Green, Sanu racked up 1800 yards and 11 touchdowns in Cincinnati.
3. Andre Smith – Smith had been a premier offensive tackle in the league before injury derailed his 2015 season. His replacement filled in nicely, which is never a good sign when you’re trying to get a big payday. Because of this, Smith could return to form this next season but his price will be much cheaper. The Chiefs should jump on the opportunity to get a quality starter opposite Eric Fisher.
2. Andre Holmes – Holmes’ season with the Raiders was solid enough to earn him some consideration as a number three receiver in the slot or a third option outside. The Chiefs have a couple of young options much like Holmes but watching him this past season, Holmes tends to give just a bit more of himself on the field.
1.. Geoff Schwartz – Schwartz demanded a big payday when he left the Chiefs at the end of the 2013 season. After a nasty ankle injury, Schwartz has been released by the Giants and is on the market. Some teams may shy away from that injury, but he could be what the Chiefs need not only on the field but in the locker room.