RT – Mitchell Schwartz, Jah Reid, Curtis Feigt
There is no surprise here for the Kansas City Chiefs. Mitchell Schwartz is one of the best in the NFL at right tackle. Jah Reid was expected to factor in as the swing tackle, and it appears he will handle that job as well as backing up right guard.
Mitchell Schwartz and Jah Reid are locks for this roster. Curtis Feigt may have a shot at the Practice Squad, but there are some other tackle candidates who appear to be ahead of him in that regard.
The Chiefs appear to have a stronger roster on offense than they have had in a long time. With that comes a depth chart that isn’t very surprising, yet still has a lot of room for movement. The wide receiver group will be especially interesting to watch as we can be fairly sure that some of the players currently on the bottom of the list will be rising fast.
This first preseason game against the Seahawks will tell us a lot. Hopefully the Chiefs aren’t just all show on the practice field, and the talent we’re seeing will translate to Sundays. If that is the case, the Chiefs could be a very dangerous team in 2016.