For yet another year, the Kansas City Chiefs are entering the regular season with questions at cornerback.
Both this year and last, part of the problem has been NFL suspensions. Cornerback Morris Claiborne opened last season on the suspended list, while current Chiefs cornerback Bashaud Breeland will begin the 2020 campaign with four games on the suspended list.
But it’s also because the Chiefs — by accident or design — haven’t invested a lot of resources in cornerbacks, preferring instead to invest in other parts of the team. It hasn’t exactly worked badly.