By Wesley Roesch
The Chiefs have two offensive linemen hitting free agency in March — Zach Fulton and Jordan Devey.
Kansas City has a big decision to make with Fulton over the next month because he could draw interest from several teams. Versatile linemen who can play several positions well are coveted in the NFL.
Let’s look at the 2017 production from these two and try to determine whether K.C. will keep them around.
846 snaps — 634 at center, 150 at left guard, 62 at right guard
12 pressures allowed — one hit, 11 hurries
Four pressures allowed — two sacks, two hurries
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Fulton mostly played center in place of an injured Mitch Morse, and he did a great job there. Fulton’s pass blocking was top-notch and his run blocking seemingly improved. He had a great season at the perfect time in his career.
Devey is versatile much like Fulton. He can play center and both guard positions, although right guard is where he’s usually placed. Devey saw a little time and struggled a bit, but what do you expect from a backup...