The Kansas City Chiefs have been one of the most active teams this offseason with the trade for A Smith and the signings of Dunta Robinson, Mike Devito, Anthony Fasano and Sean Smith, to name a few. What would be icing on the cake is if the Chiefs were able to land Clabo for the RT vacancy created by the releasing of Eric Winston. If the Chiefs were to sign Clabo, they could then trade Branden Albert to recover the 2nd round pick we gave up for A Smith. We could then draft Joeckel or Fisher with the #1 pick and then come back and get a MLB or DE or Saftey in the second round. Clabo is 31 years old and could probably be retained for $3.5-$4.5 million per year. We would probably be looking at around 4 million to sign Joeckel or Fisher as the #1 overall. So basically, the Chiefs could address both bookend positions for the money that malcontent Albert is demanding ($9-$10 million), and regain our second round pick. I have always defended Alberts play and was against the move to Guard that gets mentioned so much. However, it is obvious that the Chiefs could gain a lot of financial flexibility by moving Albert and signing Clabo. Donald Stephenson is still a possibility, but I would prefer to keep him as the backup swing tackle for another season while he gains additional experience. The Chiefs can really position themselves nicely along the O-Line with this strategy, and would save some valuable cap space, and also regain our 2nd round pick in this years draft.