The Chiefs have signed three players, filling three needs. What other needs remain?
One of the biggest surprise cuts by the Chiefs in the last few years came when Bernard Pollard was released by KC before the 2009 season. Now Pollard says his time in Baltimore is over, making him a free agent. Should KC bring him back?
The Kansas City Chiefs were active on the first day of free agency, signing at least three players (unofficially) and visiting with a couple of others. On the flip side, a couple of the Chiefs free agents have been visiting other teams.
In is Alex Smith and Chase Daniel. Out is Brady Quinn and (eventually) Matt Cassel. The Kansas City Chiefs made moves in the 2013 NFL free agency period, overhauling their quarterbacks in just one year.
Free agent receiver Donnie Avery is visiting the Kansas City Chiefs, per reports. Avery, 28, was a 2008 second round pick. How does he fit in with the Chiefs?
Day one of free agency is in the books. The Kansas City Chiefs made a handful of moves, signing at least three players (that we know) and officially executing the Alex Smith trade.
The Kansas City Chiefs are hoping to trade Matt Cassel, according to Adam Teicher of the Kansas City Star. With his contract, it's hard to see how he's worth anything.
The Kansas City Chiefs tight end position got some competition when the Chiefs signed Anthony Fasano on the first day of free agency. What's next for the Chiefs tight ends?