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The Chiefs have made headlines by upgrading their secondary since the start of free agency, but they've also made several under-the-radar signings that will improve the team as well.
This deal actually became official even before the signing period started due to Robinson being released by Atlanta.
Robinson is a veteran cornerback who was selected in the first round of the 2004 draft. He missed just one start in his three seasons with the Falcons.
Robinson had 80 tackles in 2012 but just four interceptions in three seasons with Atlanta.
Despite nabbing Robinson, the Chiefs brought in Smith as well. With Brandon Flowers still the best cornerback on the team, it appears that Smith and Robinson could be battling for the other starting spot while the other would play the nickel position, unless they plan to move one of them to safety.
Clearly, the Chiefs are trying to load up with the best secondary they can in order to compete with the passing offense of Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos within the division.
This is one of those good under-the-radar signings.
In five years with Miami, Fasano averaged 35.4 receptions and scored 24 touchdowns. He is a very serviceable tight end.
In San Francisco, Smith loved to use his tight ends, Vernon Davis and Delanie Walker, and it's conceivable that the Chiefs could create the same type of pairing with Fasano and Tony Moeaki.
Avery experienced a resurrection of sorts last season in Indianapolis with Andrew Luck throwing him the ball, catching 60 passes, 57 more than the season before in Tennessee.
Avery now comes to his third team in as many seasons, but he is a solid replacement for Breaston. He gives the Chiefs a great complement to Bowe and Jonathan Baldwin and is a player that can stretch the field and get behind the opposing secondary.
DeVito has been a starter the past three seasons in New York for the Jets, and he was signed to replace Glenn Dorsey, who the team could not come to terms with.
DeVito has 2.5 sacks and six forced fumbles in his career and will be on a line that includes Dontari Poe and Tyson Jackson. The Chiefs probably need more depth at this position and may look to the draft in April to upgrade the position.
A star at the University of Missouri, Daniel has spent the past three seasons in New Orleans as the backup to Drew Brees.
Having thrown just nine passes in the NFL, it didn't stop the Chiefs from giving Daniel a reported (Pro Football Talk) $10 million over three years.
For that kind of money, he better beat out Ricky Stanzi or whoever else the Chiefs have on the roster for the backup spot.
The Chiefs have obviously upgraded their secondary with the additions of Robinson and Smith, and Fasano and Avery will both prove to be good-value signings.
They still need more depth on the line and maybe a better player than DeVito, and the grade comes down a touch because of the deal given to Daniel, which is a bit of a head-scratcher.