It is that time of year again. All 32 NFL teams are looking to do whatever they can to revamp and get ready for the 2012 season.
Chiefs fans have all been sold on the idea that general manager Scott Pioli is the master at evaluating talent because he was a key figure in helping New England win three Super Bowls. So far, Pioli's evaluation is under question and many are wondering if he will be aggressive this offseason.
Unlike last offseason, there is no lockout this year. The Kansas City Chiefs have $37 million of salary cap room. The question is not whether or not the Chiefs can accomplish anything this offseason. The real question is, will they get it done?
Pioli was very active in the 2010 offseason when he picked up two linemen and Thomas Jones to join the Chiefs, which made Kansas City's offense the best in rushing. The offseason after that, after the lockout was lifted, Pioli's only notable move was picking up Steve Breaston. And with Todd Haley no longer the head coach, one can wonder if Breaston would have came to Kansas City because of his connection with Haley in Arizona.
Pioli and the Chiefs already got off to a nice start by picking up former Raiders cornerback Stanford Routt. Can the Chiefs follow through with a big-name player in free agency this offseason?