As the first month of free agency ended on Monday, we tallied up the moves the Kansas City Chiefs had made. NFL free agency began one month ago Monday, when the league’s legal tampering period began. While the free agency period is generally thought to extend only through the NFL Draft, it actually extends throughout the league year; it’s just that free agent players signed after the draft don’t count in the compensatory draft picks formula for the following season.
Every day, you’ll get a prospect profile that includes how they would fit with the Kansas City Chiefs. This offseason, the Chiefs have allowed starting center Austin Reiter to walk in free agency. Despite signing veteran Austin Blythe — and having third-year guard/center Nick Allegretti on the roster — they could be looking for a long-term answer in the draft.
Steelers wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster revealed that a heavy run offense discouraged him from joining the Ravens in free agency.