BREAKING NEWS: Just IN Kansas City Chiefs Are IN Talk To Sign Three Experienced Star

The consecutive While the Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs haven’t made many significant signings in free agency, they have added a number of important players at different positions in preparation for a three-peat in 2024.

With the signing of veteran receiver Marquise Brown to a one-year contract this week, the Chiefs don’t have many gaps in their roster. Brown should be a good complement to rookie wideout Rashee Rice. Additionally, Kansas City re-signed Drue Tranquill to a three-year contract and Chris Jones to a hefty five-year agreement.

As we approach the second week of free agency, Kansas City is in excellent place to make a trip back to the Super Bowl (+500 on FanDuel Sportsbook). However, the team should still think about adding a few free agents.

1. Fulton Kristian
Given the uncertainty surrounding L’Jarius Sneed’s future, the Chiefs may try to bolster their cornerback corps.

Sneed is playing under the franchise tag for Kansas City, thus trading him would significantly reduce the team’s options. It wouldn’t be a bad idea for the Chiefs to shift Joshua Williams, who has played in 33 games during his first two years in the NFL, to Snead’s position.

Kristian Fulton, a former LSU cornerback, may be a good depth addition to the Chiefs secondary if they choose that course of action. Despite playing in just 12 games last season, the Tennessee Titans have not re-signed the 25-year-old defensive back.

With the Titans in 2023, the 5-foot-11 cornerback had an acceptable season with 46 total tackles, five pass deflections, and two tackles for loss. But Fulton struggled a bit in pass coverage, something that wasn’t a problem in prior seasons.

The former LSU cornerback surrendered only one touchdown while posting a 75.4 completion % allowed on targets and a 114.1 pass rating allowed when targeted.

Fulton’s pass coverage needs to be improved; it was better in 2022 (52.4 Cmp%, 82.8 Rat) and 2021 (51.4% Cmp%, 71.3 Rat), despite the fact that he only gave up one touchdown. For a winning squad, he will be a low-risk, high-reward addition.

 

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