Tell me that free agency is irrelevant, and I'll tell you to auction off your No. 31 jersey—the one that has seen more tailgates than a Jeff Foxworthy signing—and prove it. Peel it off the hanger, pay your respects and toss it in a garage-sale bargain bin.
Hypotheticals aside, can you honestly say that, leading up to opening day of 2001, you foresaw Priest Holmes becoming a three-time All-Pro? What about the former Baltimore Ravens back churning out 6,070 rushing yards and doubling as the Kansas City Chiefs' all-time leading rusher?
If you answered anything other than "No," I'm guessing that "Seriously, honey!" has echoed between your walls more than once.
Last season, free agency opened its doors on March 12 and John Dorsey strutted through them like a football philanthropist. Kansas City recruited a small village of players and the lion's share of them, with a few glaring omissions, exceeded expectations.
With a year under the regime's belt, Andy Reid and Co. have a firmer grasp of the roster and its needs. However, though the next chapter won't sprout as many headlines as the season prior, free agency will potentially birth bigger stories in 2014.
The following six players will make blips on Dorsey's radar, but what are the odds that he lures them to Kansas City?