By Matt Conner
Would brothers want to play together enough to make a difference in free agency? Kyle Fuller has a choice and the Chiefs have a need.
The Kansas City Chiefs are on a mission to remake their secondary. The numbers tell the story from this last season, and even the Chiefs coaches admitted halfway through the season that they were trying anything and everything to find the right fit across from Marcus Peters. It also showed through in the signing of Darrelle Revis off the street for the final few games of the year.
Shortly into the team’s offseason, Brett Veach pulled the trigger on a shocking trade that sent starting quarterback Alex Smith to the Washington Redskins in exchange for a third round choice and promising young cornerback Kendall Fuller. The 22-year-old earned high marks in his second season in the NFL and could solve the Chiefs’ woes on the outside or in the slot.
From there, however, there’s still the belief that the Chiefs will continue to acquire cornerbacks until they feel good about their situation. For now, Revis remains a roster possibility. Terrance Mitchell, Kenneth Acker and Phillip Gaines are all free agents in waiting, leaving Steven Nelson and pretty much no one else to compete for real...