They missed the playoffs last season, but the Kansas City Chiefs are still a very dangerous team. This level of talent usually means that many starting gigs won't be up for debate, but there are still some key depth areas that need to be situated.
Injuries hit the team hard last year, and Kansas City is relying heavily on returning stars to help them compete in the AFC West.
Quarterback Matt Cassel missed the last seven games, and he returns as the unquestioned starter. Behind him, second-year pro Ricky Stanzi and Brady Quinn are in a furious battle for the backup position.
Training camp is just around the corner, and here are some roles that will be up for grabs when the Chiefs convene in July.