Harold Landry is a monster and would be a complete dream signing for the Kansas City Chiefs. Landry is listed as a linebacker because the Titans run a 3-4 defensive scheme, whereas the Chiefs run a 4-3. Landry will also be seeking his first contract after his rookie deal. According to spotrac.com, Landry’s market value is four years, $68,400,120 for an average salary of $17,100,030. This contract would rank him 56 overall in the NFL and 7th overall in linebackers. This could be out of the price range of the Chiefs, who need to fill multiple positions.
According to PFF.com, Harold Landry enters the 2022 free-agent market as the most versatile edge defender.
"“Tennessee Titans edge defender Harold Landry III has had a larger disparity between his pressure production and PFF pass-rushing grade than any other pass-rusher in the NFL over the last three seasons. It’s difficult to reconcile Landry’s two numbers. More pressure generally means more pass-rushing wins, and more pass-rushing wins equate to a higher PFF pass-rushing grade. However, Landry highlights that isn’t always the case. PFF hasn’t been labeling productive pass-rushers with high pressure and sack totals but lower pass-rush win rates and grades as “buyer beware” candidates in free agency. Landry’s role in Tennessee’s defense makes it difficult to simply lump him into that group this offseason, though.”"
In four seasons with the Titans, Landry played in 64 games, starting 52. He recorded 256 combined tackles, 41 TFL, 66 QB hits, and 31 sacks. His versatility is incredible as he rushes the passer from a two-point stance or three-point stance. In 2021-22, Landry missed only four total tackles out of 75 (5.1%). Landry could also play linebacker for the Chiefs. Kansas City is looking to move on from Anthony Hitchens. KC also looks to be moving on from Ben Niemann and Dorian O’Daniel.