A lot of attention is likely to be paid to wide receivers and offensive linemen during the Kansas City Chiefs OTAs. Both positions have become areas of concern post free agency and the 2014 NFL draft.
At wide receiver the concern is a lack of fresh faces at a position many believe to be one of the weakest on the roster. In the trenches the problem is a little different.
A strong group was depleted by three players defecting to new teams during free agency. How well a new-look front five can cope without Branden Albert, Jon Asamoah and Geoff Schwartz will determine the success of Kansas City's season.
While the state of those two positions are worrying questions for Chiefs fans to ponder, one other issue is actually cause for excitement. It involves how best to use a dynamic and versatile rookie.
That has been one of the main points of focus during Kansas City's rookie minicamp. Here are some other areas to watch closely when the team's OTAs begin in earnest on May 27.