With the recent draft selection of Aaron Murray, the addition at quarterback leaves the Chiefs to manage 4 quarterbacks at the moment. Alex Smith and the rookie Murray are positioned as locks for the next 2 years. Presided by Smith, who worked in replacement of Smith in garbage time and in last week of season at San Diego was Chase Daniel. Daniel was an efficient asset for Andy Reid to use in the offense during sparse playing minutes. Making both him and Murray two likely candidates for battling as the main back up.
Which leaves us with Tyler Bray, entering his 2nd season in the league. Was 3rd string last year who is equipped with a strong arm that can take chances vertically down field. If the Chiefs decide to salvage Bray for later uses then they're left with 4 quarterbacks entering the 2014 season. 4 slots filled at the quarterback spot isn't frowned upon, but certainly will pester negativity. Bray might be in this situation served with a no win deal. Drafting a rookie quarterback to hope lead a campaign for back-up is an alarming sight for Bray. Daniel, already has multiple years of experience under his belt, providing deliverance during games.
Not to mention he rarely if at all saw time on the field last season. Not saying Bray is in too deep of a hole to get out of, in the terms of development. He has undoubtedly a high ceiling to latch onto. Just there is way too many catalysts and politics to work with. Three quarterbacks under center for a season normally settles out in time.