3. DE Malik Herring
I like Herring's game. The third-year player out of Georgia performed admirably when given the opportunity, even splittling a sack against the Denver Broncos.
It's hard to see where he fits with Charles Omenihu back from suspension, though. Herring didn't see the field in the Chargers game in Week 7 and it feels like he could blocking playing time for first-rounder Felix Anudike-Uzomah if he sticks around.
Herring grades well as a run stopper with some upside as a pass rusher. He'd make sense for a rebuilding team looking for a developmental project that could contribute down the line.
For a team like a Chiefs focused on winning now and developing their high draft picks, Herring likely doesn't have a place.
Veach is the king of late-round pick trades and Herring provides a perfect opportunity for Kansas City to keep draining that well.