Free Agency + Mock Draft

Forbes shows we are the 17th most wealthiest franchise so that's gives us cash to sign some free agents. 

Free Agency (All free agents unrestricted under new CBA)

Stephen Neal OG Patriots: I know he plays left guard, but he could still make the transition to right guard or move Waters over to center or right guard. 

Kevin Walter WR Houston: Has soft hands, runs crisp routes, and would be excellent in the slot or as a starting receiver.

Casey Hampton NT Steelers: Casey is a solid veteran who can still push the pocket, the only thing wrong with this situations is he is making 4 million this year so if you could sign him to a 1 year 2 mill or a 2 year 4 mill. 

Mock Draft

Round 1 Eric Berry SS Tennessee: I was thinking about putting Okung, but with the emergence of Albert, and Okungs poor play in the bowl game. I think the Chiefs go with a play making safety who could be the best Safety in Chiefs history. 

Round 2 Donovan Warren CB Michigan: With this pick we solidify the secondary, and make offensives one-dimensional by making them think twice about throwing into a secondary that has Warren,Carr,Berry,Flowers. 

Round 2 Sean Lee MLB/OLB Pen State: Is a good rusher, and maybe the best tackler in the draft. This pick would make it so we wouldn't have to put Mays as are starting MLB. Or Sean could start outside and take Vrabels spot. 

Round 3 Matt Tenant C Boston College: Has good strength and footwork and has good snaps,would be a good upgrade over Rudy Niswanger

Round 4 Kyle Calloway OT Iowa: Is a beast blocking for the run and uses his long arms in run and pass protection to block speed and bull rushers. 

Round 5 Javarris James RB Miami: Is a big bruiser who could take some of the load off of Jamal Charles.

Round 5 Taylor Price WR Ohio: 

Round 5 Al Woods NT LSU: Is a big athletic body with a solid set of pass rush moves. And who is still raw but could develop into something special. 

This is a FanPost and does not necessarily reflect the views of Arrowhead Pride's writers or editors. It does reflect the views of this particular fan though, which is as important as the views of Arrowhead Pride writers or editors.

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