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Inching closer to the April 25 NFL Draft in 2024, the Kansas City Chiefs still require a starting left tackle.

Wanya Morris, an offensive tackle in his second year, might theoretically start at left tackle for the team the next season, but it would be preferable for him to continue honing his craft as a backup and a vital backup option in case the offensive line is injured.

Thus, general manager Brett Veach’s main priority for the three-day event is probably locating a franchise left tackle in this year’s extremely outstanding offensive lineman draft class.

But, Bleacher Report’s Moe Moton thinks the Chiefs should trade for one player to address one of their biggest needs given the team’s soon-to-be additional cap room with the trade of cornerback L’Jarius Sneed to the Tennessee Titans:

Cam Robinson, an offensive tackle with the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Moton posted on March 29. “The 28-year-old has missed games due to injuries and a suspension, but he’s a solid plug-in play option if Kansas City wants a proven starter.”

In addition, Moton discussed what he thinks the Jaguars may get in a trade for Robinson should they choose to bring him back in-house.

“Walker Little could take over at left tackle for Jacksonville, making Robinson expendable and available for a middle-round selection.”

Cam Robinson is a good starter who just experienced hardship.
When healthy and in the starting lineup, Robinson has been a fine starting-caliber player since the Jaguars selected him 34th overall in the second round of the 2017 NFL Draft.

Over the course of five seasons as Jacksonville’s full-time starter, Robinson gave up 20 sacks. However, Robinson’s off-field actions and injuries (he missed 32 regular season games during his NFL career) have Moton and others questioning if the 28-year-old Robinson’s time in Jacksonville may be drawing to an end sooner rather than later.

Robinson’s three-year, $54 million deal with the Jaguars is coming to an end. Based to Over The Cap, he has a $21.9 million cap hit.

Over his seven-year NFL career, Robinson has earned $51.9 million, according to Spotrac.

Would the Chiefs find it worthwhile to trade for Cam Robinson?
Kansas City should be interested in acquiring Robinson for a mid-round pick, regardless of the exact value of that pick.

By forfeiting a Day 2 or Day 3 draft pick, the two-time defending Super Bowl winners may take care of one of their most pressing requirements. Furthermore, the team values a proven commodity more than taking a chance on an upcoming potential, thus giving up that kind of draft capital for them is preferable.

Robinson’s significant 2024 cap impact may be reduced if Kansas City were to offer him a contract extension. By then, the Chiefs would still have spending capital for additional acquisitions or to use in the 2025 offseason.

As of right now, OTC reports that the Chiefs have $6.5 million in cap space. The Chiefs will have the ninth-most cap space in the NFL with $26.3 million once Sneed officially signs with the Titans and his $19.8 million cap hit is removed from Kansas City’s records.

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