Brett Veach helped get the Kansas City Chiefs enough talent to propel them to their first Super bowl victory in 50 years. Now, he’s done a bang up job at helping them stay contenders for the foreseeable future.
In 2017, the Kansas City Chiefs were set for an exciting offseason. They had just drafted a first round quarterback for the first time in decades. The team was coming off yet another winning season, albeit fresh off another disappointing postseason loss, but expectations were high.
Then the shocking news that Kansas City had fired general manager John Dorsey dropped, and the future of the team became uncertain. The team had a new quarterback, new general manager, an aging cast of stars, and now questions if the Chiefs were tearing it down and going full scale rebuild cast a cloud of doubt over the franchise.
Enter Brett Veach.
Veach has done nothing but win as GM, both on and off the field, since taking over. He is a sly cap manager, a good talent evaluator and drafter, and overall seems to have the respect of almost everyone in the Kansas City locker room.
His reputation is growing on a national level, and people are starting to take notice of just how good Veach has been for the Kansas City Chiefs. That being said, Veach is still undervalued in the eye of public perception because some of the moves he has made have flown under the radar
That is why I thought it was a good idea to take an in depth look at all the moves Veach has made since taking over as general manager.
Over three years, he laid out a solid foundation and built upon it to deliver Kansas City its first Super Bowl in 50 years. Every move has been calculated, and his plan has been executed to perfection.