The Kansas City Chiefs already took a flyer on a former player under Romeo Crennel and now they could have the opportunity to look at another one.
The Denver Broncos today released LB Andra Davis.
Mike Klis of the Denver Post calls it the "most stunning transaction of the offseason" for the Broncos.
Davis, 31, spent the first seven seasons of his career in Cleveland and three of those were under the Chiefs current defensive coordinator Romeo Crennel.
It's been argued before by some credible people that the Chiefs biggest need is at inside linebacker, which happens to be the position Davis played for the Broncos in their 3-4 defense.
The Chiefs are currently sporting Corey Mays and Demorrio Williams (and DJ) as inside linebackers and folks might argue Davis would be an upgrade.
Davis was considered a key player in the Broncos defensive renaissance early in the season. He ended the season apparently exceeding expectations with 90 tackles and 3.5 sacks.
3-4 experience at a position of need and has a connection to someone on the Chiefs....see what I'm saying?
(H/T kcsno56 for the first FanShot)