Go over there and read this post at KC Chiefs Blog because it's got some important info in there on what Reid has done with his 53-man rosters in the past.
This is just how Reid's initial 53-man roster looked over the last six years. Things change over the season, of course, but it's a neat look at how he's done things. A few of the interesting parts of it:
In the last six years Andy Reid has never kept less than nine offensive linemen. This is important! Every 53-man roster projection I've seen has had the Chiefs keeping eight. So if he keeps nine, you're probably picking a player from this list: Matt Reynolds, Rokevious Watkins, Tommie Draheim.
Reid has kept just five receivers in four of the last six years. We think we know at least four that will make it: Dwayne Bowe, Donnie Avery, Dexter McCluster, AJ Jenkins. Who else -- Devon Wylie, Junior Hemingway? Maybe it's just one of those two.
Reid hasn't kept more than two tight ends on the roster since 2008. Soo, Anthony Fasano + Travis Kelce is a possibility? It would appear so. But also remember that Kelce has been banged up. The Chiefs may decide to carry a third tight end for that reason.
The defensive stats are also interesting but they're a little skewed because the Chiefs are running a 3-4 in Kansas City vs. the 4-3 in Philly. That'll affect the number of defensive linemen and linebackers.
After looking at all of this, Ryan came up with this 53-man roster. I wish I had thought of doing this first! Good stuff.