Five positions the Chiefs still must address after free agency
Kansas City's defense could really flourish with a guy eating up blockers next to stud nose tackle Dontari Poe. Mike DeVito and Allen Bailey's spots should be upgraded one way or another, and as the free agency period dwindles, it looks like K.C. will inquire about a big end like Stanford's Hank Anderson.
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Andy Reid shared some good news about Eric Berry at the NFL Combine, but the team still needs to explore options for depth as Berry battles Hodgkin's Lymphoma. Defensive coordinator Bob Sutton would do wonders for a guy like Gerod Holliman, an excellent cover safety who has terrible tackling insticts. Adding former Raider Tyvon Branch shouldn't stop the Chiefs from taking a project.
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At Derrick Johnson's age, it'll be tough to fully rebound from an Achilles tear. That means the Chiefs are up against the clock to land the next great inside linebacker. The Kingdom would certainly support an athletic selection like Clemson's Stephone Anthony, who could learn from Johnson before supplanting him.
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Credit John Dorsey for making the bold move to let Dwayne Bowe go and pay Jeremy Maclin. He shouldn't stop there; with so many talented receivers available in the 2015 class, K.C. could easily take another deep threat for Alex Smith. Alabama's Amari Cooper would certainly look great in red and gold.
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If the season started today, Eric Kush would anchor the Chiefs' offensive line. That fact, coupled with Andy Reid's history of grabbing line help early in the draft, should lead to some help at center. The Chiefs loved Florida State product Rodney Hudson, and chances are, they'll love fellow Seminole Cameron Erving, too.