Eric Fisher, Mitchell Schwartz, Mitch Morse, Parker Ehinger, Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, Jah Reid, Zach Fulton, and Bryan Witzmann
Cut – Jarrod Pughsley, Daniel Munyer, Jordan Devey, Reid Fragel, and Zach Sterup
The Kansas City Chiefs maintained a starting offensive line throughout the preseason for the first time since Andy Reid and John Dorsey came to town. That continuity should be a reason for excitement in Kansas City. With five offensive linemen who have trained together all offseason, the Chiefs shouldn’t see many mental errors.
Keep An Eye On Sterup: The Chiefs reportedly liked Nebraska rookie Zach Sterup a lot. Unfortunately, Sterup tested positive for PEDs earlier this offseason and will be suspended for four games. That does give the Chiefs the option of placing Sterup on the “suspended” list if they so choose. It remains to be seen what kind of player Sterup is without PEDs though.
Chiefs Offensive Line Set?: Four of the Chiefs starting five offensive linemen are signed through the 2019 NFL season. That is an encouraging thought regarding the stability and potential of the group. With Eric Fisher and Mitchell Schwartz both recently re-signed, the offensive guard spot particularly should be in good hands.
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