And the Chiefs make their first move of the off-season.
Alabi (6-5, 310) appeared in 15 contests as both a tackle and guard over three seasons in Miami (2005-07). He saw action in nine contests on the offensive line for the Dolphins in 2007. He originally entered the NFL as Miami’s fifth-round selection (162nd overall) in the 2005 NFL Draft, a pick obtained from Kansas City in the CB Patrick Surtain trade. Alabi was a four-year letterman at TCU (2001-04), starting at left tackle in his final three seasons. He earned first-team All-Conference USA accolades following his junior and senior campaigns. The San Antonio, Texas native prepped at Antonian College Prep High School.
Alabi may or may not be on the team long. Going back to last year, the Chiefs have taken a look at a relatively high number of offensive tackles. Alabi, right now at least, is just another guy to look at a bit closer.