It looks like Chiefs have settled on a starting offensive line

ST. JOSEPH, Mo. -- An area of intrigue headed into training camp figured to be the makeup of the starting offensive line. The Kansas City Chiefs shuffled players among the starting group daily in offseason practice and the constant shuffling looked likely to continue at least during the early days of training camp.

That hasn't materialized. The Chiefs have remained consistent with a starting offensive line that features Eric Fisher and Donald Stephenson at tackle, Ben Grubbs and Jeff Allen at guard and Eric Kush at center. The second-team offensive line has consistently been made up of Jarrod Pughsley and Derek Sherrod at tackle, Laurent Duvernay-Tardif and Zach Fulton at guard and Mitch Morse at center.

There's time between now and the start of the regular season for the Chiefs to make one or more changes to their starting line. But a backup will have to make a move in order for the Chiefs to shuffle their lineup.

"It is for today," coach Andy Reid said when asked if the current lineup is the one the Chiefs will go with. "But there's still competition everywhere. We have three groups that are going. It's a little higher intensity than what you had during the offseason. We set different groups but if you play and you do good and the other guy doesn't do good, you get moved up. It's that simple."