Quest for a three-peat: Plotting the ideal KC Chiefs offseason

After winning Super Bowl LVIII, the Kansas City Chiefs have an opportunity to be first team in NFL history to win three straight Super Bowls. If they're going to do so, here's what they need to do.

Super Bowl LVII - Kansas City Chiefs v Philadelphia Eagles
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2024 Mock Draft

Round One, Pick 32

Keon Coleman, WR, Florida State

The Chiefs grab a young wide receiver to add to a now solid wide receiver room. Coleman's speed won't blow anyone away, but he's a good enough deep threat and doesn't struggle to track the ball who won't drop many passes, which is refreshing for Kansas City.

Round 2, Pick 64

Ruke Orhorhoro, DT, Clemson

The Chiefs pick up some much-needed depth behind Chris Jones. Defensive tackle has been a neglected position for years by Kansas City. Orhorhoro is a high-ceiling prospect as a pass-rusher, but he has a lot of work to do in that area. His run defense is also solid, which should allow him to see the field on early downs as a rookie.

Round 3, Pick 95

Dominick Puni, OT, Kansas

The Chiefs will likely ride with Wanya Morris at left tackle in 2024, but here's some insurance. Puni has experience at left tackle and left guard, so he could be a long-term option at both. He was great in pass protection, but his run-blocking could use some work. His arm length might scare off the Chiefs playing him at tackle, but he could be the successor to Joe Thuney if he's a cap casualty in 2025.

Round 4, Pick 133

Michael Barrett, LB, Michigan

The Chiefs like to draft linebackers and Michael Barrett would make sense around this spot.

Round 5, Pick 158

Dylan Laube, RB, New Hampshire

After the departure of Jerick McKinnon, the Chiefs could use a receiving back and Dylan Laube is one of the better options in this class. His blocking needs to improve, but he would be a fantastic complement to Isiah Pacheco.

Round 5, Pick 172

Jaheim Bell, TE, Florida State

Kansas City double dips with another Florida State pass-catcher. Travis Kelce isn't getting any younger, so the Chiefs should start looking for his successor. Bell doesn't struggle to get open against both man and zone coverage but has struggled with drops. He lined in the slot a lot at Florida State and blocking isn't his forte. He can line up all over the field, good ability to generate separation, struggles with drops on occasion, and blocking isn't a huge strength. Does that description match another Chiefs tight end?