The Kansas City Chiefs offensive line remains a fluid position. As of right now, I think we know a few positions on the offensive line ... but it's easy seeing as many as three of them change.
Andy Reid told reporters at the NFL owners meetings today that Eric Fisher is the left tackle right now, which would make Donald Stephenson the right tackle. Fisher played right tackle last year and Stephenson saw time at left tackle, so it wouldn't be a complete shock if things changed on the tackle front during training camp. But still, it looks like Fisher and Stephenson will be the starting tackles on whatever side they line up.
That leaves right guard as a question mark. Jeff Linkenbach was signed as a free agent this offseason. Rishaw Johnson and Rok Watkins were on the roster last year. The Chiefs have other reserve options but those are the main players at this point.
The Chiefs won't have an (un)official depth chart until training camp so we have a ways to figure all this out.
All that said, does this look like the Chiefs starting offensive line right now?
LT Eric Fisher
LG Jeff Allen
C Rodney Hudson
RG Jeff Linkenbach
RT Donald Stephenson
Or this one?
An OL of Fisher/Allen/Hudson/Rishaw/Stephenson would be made of ALL guys who have been #Chiefs over a year. That's at least worth noting.— Seth Keysor (@RealMNchiefsfan) March 25, 2014