When you're a team coming off a two-win season and you have a new head coach, chances are you want to restock the roster with plenty of fresh faces not tainted by a losing past.
In addition to all the veteran free agents the Kansas City Chiefs have brought in, as well as a new class of draftees, the team has also brought in several rookie free agents who could end up making the roster in this transition year for the franchise.
While much of the blame for last season's record fell on poor quarterback play, it could also be argued that lack of quality depth at many positions hurt the team throughout the year as well. Most of the players the team has brought in this offseason won't likely turn into superstars overnight, but they should definitely add value and competition from a depth perspective.
Here are five rookie free agents who could stick with the club to at least play a contributing role in 2013, and perhaps, play bigger roles down the road.