We're about a month away from the NFL Draft, and with the acquisitions of Alex Smith and Chase Daniel, you can pretty much forget about the Chiefs selecting a quarterback with the No. 1 overall pick. So, where will the Chiefs turn for the top selection?
The Chiefs continue the process of refashioning an outfit that managed just two wins a season ago. In addition to new coach Andy Reid, the team traded for quarterback Alex Smith (and subsequently released Matt Cassel), signed cornerback Dunta Robinson and, on the third day of free agency, agreed to terms with arguably the best cornerback available: Sean Smith.
Who's happier than Pro Bowl left tackle Jermon Bushrod about signing with the Bears? Clark Judge says it's probably Jay Cutler, who has taken more than his fair share of beatdowns in his Chicago career.
The Kansas Chiefs have agreed to terms on a three-year deal with former Jets defensive end Mike DeVito, according to reports. The addition of DeVito could help bolster a defense that ranked 27th in 2012 against the run. The signing reunites DeVito with Bob Sutton, his former defensive coordinator with the Jets.