The Kansas City Chiefs will once again be one of the youngest teams in the NFL in 2010. The average age for the 82 players on the current roster is 25 years old.
It appears very likely that all seven of the team's draft picks will not only make the team, but see quite a bit of the field this season. Additionally, the Chiefs have 13 rookie free agents in camp, and it's entirely possible that a couple of them could find themselves on the final 53-man roster.
Of course, this team is coming off of a 4-12 season, so it makes sense that this is a young group. The real question is, can head coach Todd Haley and the rest of his coaching staff find the right 53 players to get this team back into contention in the AFC West in 2010?
Based upon early reports out of training camp that the Romeo Crennel led defense is much improved, and that the offense is making strides as well, here is my prediction for what 53 players will break camp with the team and give the Chiefs the best chance to win in 2010.