In the Chiefs' ideal version of reality, this column would not exist ... or, rather, this column would be about how Minkah Fitzpatrick would instantly improve their most glaring weakness. That's what the team wanted, you know. Fitzpatrick convinced the Dolphins to allow him to seek a trade away from perhaps the most shameless tank job in NFL history, and he carries at least four qualities that made front offices from coast to coast swoon: He is talented, versatile, cheap and under four more seasons of club control. The Chiefs jumped into the negotiations, according to a source, but could not meet the Pittsburgh Steelers' offer of a 2020 first-round pick. Just for an example, let's say the Chiefs'
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