The Chiefs went out on a limb with most of their picks in the 2013 NFL Draft.
The Chiefs are visiting with some interior line prospects, which means more change could be coming along the offensive front.
The Chiefs have already invested both draft picks and money to remake the depth chart. Will they also add a third new face this offseason?
The Chiefs definitely have needs, but it's interesting to read about the perceived weaknesses for a team that finished in the basement.
Do the Kansas City Chiefs deserve a pat on the back for their work in free agency, a slap on the wrist, or both?
The Chiefs 2012 NFL Draft class gave Andy Reid a familiar, solid group of players to work with as Reid builds the team in his image.
Kansas City has made a flurry of moves since free agency opened in an effort to hit the reset button on this franchise.
The Chiefs should feel good about their offseason so far, but history has shown that it such prognostications have little bearing on the final results.
The Vikings wide receiver is an impact offensive player, something the team desperately needs at wideout.
Despite the horrible year for the Chiefs as a team, things moved forward as well as could be expected for the Chiefs key injuries coming into 2012.
Years from now, APers will speak in hushed tones about The Quarterback Wars of 2012 and 2013. Sadly, they won't be referring to any great duel between actual Chiefs quarterbacks (as if that could ever happen).
Much has been made of the Chiefs decision with the first pick, but what about the second round selection?
Why NOT throw another QB's name into the mix? The Chiefs can use all the help they can get at the position in 2013.
The greatest jinx I have ever pulled off helped the Ravens beat the Broncos. You're welcome, Chiefs fans