4 former Chiefs starters who might be done in the NFL

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Honorable Mention: Donovan Smith

The Chiefs signed Donovan Smith to a one-year deal last offseason after they lost Orlando Brown. He started 12 games at left tackle and struggled during his ninth NFL season.

Smith finished the season with a measly 55.4 overall grade from PFF while allowing 42 pressures and getting penalized nine times. The Chiefs took a flier on Smith knowing he was coming off a bad year in Tampa but hoping he could be average.

As of this writing, Smith has not signed anywhere. While his starting days should be behind him, it wouldn't shock me in the slightest if a team picked him up this summer for offensive line depth. After all, having reliable depth could save a team's season and while Smith isn't at the top of his game anymore, he'd be a solid backup option.