When Free Agency began on Tuesday the Kansas City Chiefs chose to stand pat while their division…
When the NFL league opened for business on Tuesday, the Kansas City Chiefs lost one starter after another. Gone are Brandon Albert (Miami Dolphins), Jon Asamoah (Atlanta Falcons), Geoff Schwartz (New York Giants), Tyson Jackson (Atlanta Falcons) and Dexter McCluster (Tennessee Titans). To say those moves hit the Chiefs 53-man roster hard, can only be identified with a singular word – puzzling. Suddenly the team that started 9-0 last season losses five starters and a quite possible a sixth, Akeem Jordan, in the opening day of free agency. Granted only the loss of Schwartz really has me upset. Still it's never wise to lose that many starters unless they're ready replacements on the roster. A year ago the Chiefs had roughly $30 million in cap space heading into free agency. To that light, the Chiefs had no choice a year ago to spend some money because the draft success under Pioli during his tenure was abysmal. To...
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