5. All aboard!
There was a recent reveal of the Chiefs' communication process that showed how they're recruiting these days. And after yet another season after which they've proved their supremacy in the AFC, it only makes sense that the pitch would be even stronger going forward.
Chiefs linebacker Drue Tranquil spent the first four seasons of his NFL career on the other side of the equation as a draftee of the Los Angeles Chargers. This offseason, when he was available in free agency, Tranquill recently gave some insight into what the Chiefs have to say to players they are wooing when he showed social media a text from Andy Reid.
The message was clear: See Red and think Super Bowls.
What other team can say this? None of them. In a sport where so few are privileged to ever play on the biggest stage possible, the Chiefs are a single Dee Ford penalty from being here in five of the last six seasons. It's a run of dominance that's downright silly in an age of parity, and the wins themselves should do the heavy lifting.
I mean, really, what do the Chiefs have to sell at this stage?
If anyone thought the Tyreek Hill trade would bury the Chiefs or that their window would close once Mahomes got expensive, forget it. If you can't beat 'em, join 'em. That's never been truer when it comes to the Chiefs. Just wait and see which free agents want to get on board this spring.