Mel Kiper rips up last April's report cards and gives new grades to all 32 teams. What did he get right -- and wrong? He reviews the 2016 class, which has some stars, steals, surprises and busts.
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Andy Reid has built a team capable of pushing toward a Super Bowl, but he has to find a few more pieces to solidify the back end of the roster.
If the rotations remain the same, here's who the Raiders will play during their inaugural season in Southern Nevada.
The Chiefs didn't do much, but keeping Eric Berry and replacing Dontari Poe with Bennie Logan made sense. Only two teams graded higher.
Tyreek Hill exceeded any reasonable expectations of him in his rookie season, but the Chiefs are now counting on him to take the next step.
After five seasons with the Chiefs, it will be strange not to see Dontari Poe in the middle of Kansas City's defense next season.
Despite losing a sixth-rounder for tampering, Kansas City has added significant draft capital through four compensatory selections in the upcoming draft.
Oakland has been a good destination for the Chiefs, but their iconic rivalry with the Raiders should grow stronger when the Raiders move to Las Vegas.
No one in the AFC West made big gains in free agency, but the Broncos got better on both lines and the Raiders added pieces to offset some losses.
Kansas City remains eighth and might look to get more rushing production from Tyreek Hill to help make up for the departure of Jamaal Charles.
As the Chiefs prepare for this year's draft, it's likely they'll have the 2018 season on their mind.
The AFC West hasn't been home to any huge free-agent signings, but the Raiders made a couple of additions that should help.
Kansas City's cornerbacks sometimes get burned, but they're great at picking off passes. And of course, Eric Berry is fabulous behind them.
The Chiefs already have a deep, experienced roster. Apart from a few key positions like quarterback, the competition to make the team should be fierce.
Actor Eric Stonestreet talks about his Andy Reid impression, attending the NFL draft, what Roger Goodell is like, hosting "The Toy Box" and pulling pranks on Jesse Tyler Ferguson.
Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer
Defensive lineman Jarvis Jenkins has re-signed with the Chiefs, according to a tweet from his agent. Jenkins will be part of a defensive line rotation that also includes Chris Jones, Allen Bailey, Jaye Howard and the recently signed Bennie Logan. Jenkins joined the Chiefs midway through last season and played in seven games as a backup.
ESPN's Mel Kiper Jr. has the Chiefs selecting WR Zay Jones in the first round, but the team appears to already have enough threats at the position.
Former LSU defensive tackle, Bennie Logan, tells Matt Moscona why he signed with the Kansas City Chiefs and clears the air about his stalled contract talks with the Eagles.
Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer
One player who really turned heads today at USF pro day was offensive lineman Kofi Amichia. Weighed in at 304, benched for 32 reps, recorded a 9'6" broad jump, 33.5 vertical and a 4.96 40. Tweaked his hamstring midway through that sprint but should be okay. He's drawn interest from the Packers, Colts, Chiefs, Titans and Seahawks.
The Chiefs did what they had to do in re-signing Eric Berry, with everything else coming second.
With Dontari Poe signing with the Falcons, the Chiefs have no one left from a 2012 draft class that didn't provide a lot of star power.
The Chiefs have a few thin spots, particularly at inside linebacker and running back, but they have the draft and a bit of cap room to work with.
Bennie Logan's deal is similar to the one Dontari Poe just signed with Atlanta; making it seem like the Chiefs swapped one nose tackle for another.
The Chiefs have created around $4.25 million in salary-cap space by restructuring linebacker Derrick Johnson's contract for 2017, a league source told ESPN.
Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer
The Chiefs added to their safety depth by signing Marqueston Huff. Huff will be in a long line at safety for the Chiefs that also includes starters Eric Berry and Ron Parker and top backup Daniel Sorensen. Huff, who turns 25 in April, has played three NFL seasons with the Ravens and Titans, making one start.