Many draftniks thought the Chiefs grabbed their center of the future when they selected Mitch Morse in the second round.
It never hurts to be prepared, though -- and that's why Andy Reid wants to see former undrafted guard Zach Fulton take some snaps.
“We rotate a few guys in at that center spot,” Reid told Chiefs Digest. “It’s an important position. If something happens, if he’s not the starter and somebody else is or however that works, you want to make sure you have more than one.”
Fulton took snaps at the center spot in training camp last year. However, Rodney Hudson's departure left a big hole in the center of Kansas City's line.
Maybe the 6-foot-5, 316-pound Fulton can fill that spot and give his team some flexibility with Morse, who reportedly took shotgun snaps in 7-on-7 drills.
“We rotate all of those guys through and listen, it’s probably two-fold,” Reid said. “You can’t get enough reps."