Chiefs Free Agency Rumors are flying around after a very quiet first week during NFL Free Agency. The Chiefs haven’t made any notable signings and have lost key contributors like Kendall Fuller and Emmanuel Ogbah in the process. Will the Chiefs be more active during the 2nd week of free agency? Chiefs Report host Harrison Graham takes a look at 3 players the Chiefs can target in free agency.
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Replacing Kendall Fuller won’t be an easy task for the Chiefs after he signed a 4-year deal with the Redskins last week. However, Titans free agent Logan Ryan is still available and he could fit the bill. Ryan is a versatile DB, like Fuller, who does a little bit of everything. He had over 100 tackles, 4 interceptions, 18 pass break-ups and 5 sacks. The Chiefs could still use some help at defensive tackle as Mike Pennel could sign elsewhere in free agency. How about Ndamukong Suh? Suh isn’t the dominant player he once was, but he could be a nice addition on a 1-year deal.
The Chiefs’ offense is pretty set for the most part, but why not add more? Tyler Eifert is still available at tight end and with Blake Bell likely gone, he could be a nice piece to pair with Travis Kelce. Who should the Chiefs target in NFL Free Agency?
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Chiefs Free Agency Targets:
#3 Tyler Eifert, TE
#2 Ndamukong Suh, DT
#1 Logan Ryan, CB
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