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Should the Kansas City Chiefs keep Zach Fulton at center?

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Good question here on Zach Fulton, Mitch Morse and the future of the Kansas City Chiefs center position.

Fulton was a 16-game starter as a rookie in 2014 but he was playing guard. He only started six games in 2015 but some of that was at center after Mitch Morse went down with a concussion on two occasions. Fulton handled himself well at center. It's still a somewhat small sample size but he looked better at center than guard.

The Chiefs drafted Morse just last year and played him at center all season. I thought he did a really good job at center, especially for a rookie. The reason the Chiefs would entertain this move is if Morse can play guard as well as he can center. He was said to play just about any position on the line so there could be some position flexibility there.

This would potentially secure two positions. I need to see a little more of Fulton at center (training camp) before knowing whether this is the right move but it is a good question because the Chiefs don't seem shy about moving linemen around.