The Kansas City Chiefs weaknesses on its offensive line were exposed against Tampa in this year's Super Bowl.  The team continues to make serious improvements in this area.


Early in the week, the Chiefs added Joe Thuney from the New England Patriots.

That move resulted in a 5/1 to 9/2 odds shift to wn the Super Bowl.

By Wednesday afternoon, it was revealed that former Chicago Bears Pro Bowl guard Kyle Long, who came out of retirement this offseason, is signing a one-year deal worth up to $5 million with the Chiefs.  This was first reported by ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Kansas City's overhaul of its offensive line unit that could have five new starters in 2021 from last year's season opener.

- Ean Lamb,