Kansas City Chiefs: Best and Worst Moves This Offseason

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Kansas City Chiefs: Best and Worst Moves This Offseason
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By giving up their second-round pick in 2013 and a conditional pick in 2014, the Chiefs have a lot invested in new quarterback Alex Smith

Coming off a 2-14 record that was the worst in franchise history, it was expected by most that new general manager John Dorsey and head coach Andy Reid would make changes. 

The number of changes that the team has made, along with their aggressiveness in free agency, is what has surprised most Chiefs fans.

Good, bad or indifferent, there is no denying that Dorsey and Reid are going to turn this team into a winner doing it their way, or they're going to exhaust all their options trying. 

The team has re-signed several of their existing players, let go of others and aggressively pursued trades. This offseason easily goes down as the team's most active in recent memory. What remains to be seen is how all these moves will work out in the long run. 

Here are the best and worst moves made by the Chiefs this offseason. 

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