KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Rarely has the crucial but often overlooked positions on the offensive line been so scrutinized as they have been in Kansas City.
But after a miserable performance in the Super Bowl, the Chiefs have a whole bunch of new faces protecting their half-billion dollar quarterback.
Through the first two weeks of voluntary workouts, Patrick Mahomes has liked what he’s seen from the guys up front.
And together, they could help Mahomes reach the 20-0 goal he talked about this past week.