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Andy Reid and GM John Dorsey have been on a mission this offseason.
First, the team traded for Alex Smith.
Then, LT Branden Albert was hit with the franchise tag, and WR Dwayne Bowe was signed to a multi-year deal. Oddly enough, stud RT Eric Winston was subsequently released. During the three-day legal-tampering period, released CB Dunta Robinson was inked to a three-year contract.
After that, when the free-agent floodgates opened, the Kansas City Chiefs went nuts.
TE Anthony Fasano was brought in to help scoring in the red zone. WR Donnie Avery was acquired to fill the slot role created when WR Steve Breaston was cut, and CB Sean Smith projects to be a fine complement to CB Brandon Flowers in the secondary.
Can't forget DL Mike DeVito, either.
The Chiefs have the first pick and, due to the cut of Winston, look primed to take either OT Luke Joeckel or Eric Fisher.
Following their active free-agency period, they certainly don't have as many need areas to address in the draft.