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Good morning! Here's your off-season Kansas City Chiefs news. Enjoy!

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Andy Reid Reveals Who Among Active Chiefs Would Make Best Future Head Coach from Chiefs.com

Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid is well versed in answering questions with the media. He's been doing it in the NFL since his first head-coaching season with the Philadelphia Eagles in 1999.

Typically, he's quick to answer any question posed, definitive with each.

But Thursday afternoon, one reporter asked him a question that made him stop and think.

What Chiefs player do you think has the best chance to be a head coach?

"That's a good question," Reid said...

Mailbag: Looking back on six days of Chiefs OTAs from Chiefs Digest

Inside linebacker Josh Mauga, who has started the past two seasons, returns.

But the seventh-year pro is set to face stiff competition this time around from a trio of second-year pros: Ramik Wilson, D.J. Alexander and Justin March.

The battle won't be settled until the pads come on in training camp, but it is not difficult to overlook the second part of the question.

From general manager John Dorsey to the coaching staff, the Chiefs are high on the 6-0, 222-pound March, whose rookie season came to abrupt end with a knee injury in the preseason.

NFL strength of schedule: Breaking down home vs. road and more for all 32 teams from CBS Sports

Three teams are tied atop the road strength of schedule rankings. The49ers, Chargers, and Chiefs (0.570) share that distinction. San Francisco is up there largely due to visits to the 13-3 Cardinals and 15-1 Panthers, while the Chargers visit the Panthers as well as the 13-3 Broncos and 11-5 Chiefs, and the Chiefs head on the road to play the Panthers, Broncos, and the 10-6 Steelers.