The Kansas City Chiefs continue to look at options to re-tool their offensive line, which saw three starting-caliber players leave via free agency last week. According to Adam Caplan, one of the Chiefs o-line options is free agent OT J'Marcus Webb, who visited the team last week.
Former #Bears OT J'Marcus Webb visited the Chiefs this week.— Adam Caplan (@caplannfl) March 16, 2014
Webb was a 2010 seventh round pick by the Chicago Bears. Webb spent the first three seasons of his career with the Bears until he was cut last preseason and the Minnesota Vikinga claimed him. He was one of the linemen that was shown seeing getting yelled at by Jay Cutler a couple years ago. That made SportsCenter for that week.
The Chiefs saw two guards (Geoff Schwartz, Jon Asamoah) and one tackle (Branden Albert) exit via free agency. They signed Jeff Linkenbach from the Colts and he can play guard and tackle. Webb would be a tackle, probably the third swing tackle role that Donald Stephenson played last year.
Well, that's the role Webb would probably play if the Chiefs signed him, which they haven't yet. If he worked out late last week and wasn't signed on that day, I wouldn't hold your breath.