How the Kansas City Chiefs should approach the rest of the offseason
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By John McCarty

The Chiefs offseason is off to a big start with the Alex Smith trade, but work is left to be done for the Chiefs to be contenders.

First off, we can cross off cornerback from the top of the Kansas City Chiefs wish list. While their work at overhauling the position is not over, the organization took a large step in the right direction with the (pending) acquisition of Kendall Fuller. Thus far, new general manager Brett Veach has shown a willingness to make the big move, trading for Reggie Ragland, Cam Erving and now Kendall Fuller in a short period of time.

With this move already in the fold, we can explore some moves the Chiefs could make this offseaon to improve the roster, namely overhaul a defense that has greatly under performed when it counted most. First, we’ll explore current players who have expiring contracts the Chiefs (in this writers opinion) should look at bringing back.

Bennie Logan: While blame can go around and question of just how impactfull Logan was this previous season, nose tackles are difficult to find and he’s a bit of a known quantity. Pro Football Reference, through their grading system, indicates Logan had a solid season. Regardless, finding athletic big bodies is difficult and Logan is already here. It’s a solid first...

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