The Kansas City Chiefs made some moves over the weekend indicating they're not content with the offensive line.
First, Casey Wiegmann was signed.
Second, Hank Fraley was scheduled in for a visit. Fraley's visit has since been canceled because he's signing with the St. Louis Rams but it demonstrates the Chiefs feel they need an upgrade at that position.
Third, Ryan Lilja is coming in for a visit today.
The Chiefs reportedly contacted Lilja last week but told they didn't want to pay top dollar, which sounds about right if you look at the moves GM Scott Pioli has made since coming to Kansas City.
On the surface, Lilja seems to fit what the Chiefs are trying to do. He's a smaller lineman (apparently as Todd Haley likes) who has starting experience and isn't part of the "A" group of available linemen.
610 Sports' Nick Wright predicts a deal is done by Wednesday.
Lilja reportedly has other visits scheduled and, to me, it would make sense for him to make those visits. He's one of the top lineman still available in the second wave of free agency so maybe someone other than the Chiefs, who are focusing on value, will overpay?