When you are the third overall pick in a draft, you are expected to make an immediate impact on your team. When the Kansas City Chiefs picked defensive end Tyson Jackson in 2009, this was the situation. As a two time All-SEC player, the expectations for Jackson were very high.
After two seasons with the Chiefs, Jackson has disappointed many fans. While his pedestrian numbers might be okay for many defensive ends, for a player with those expectations, it is far from adequate.
The Chiefs may not be looking to get rid of Jackson but, if the offer is right, they would be forced to consider a trade. If the Chiefs decide Jackson can not help them, there are three teams that could benefit from a trade bringing Jackson to their city.