Kansas City Chiefs Won't Franchise Tag Offensive Tackle

The Kansas City Chiefs were once again one of the most stacked teams in the NFL this past season, resulting in the second Lombardi Trophy in the era of Patrick Mahomes and Andy Reid, but now, this off-season becomes as important as any in recent memory.

With several players coming off contract, the Chiefs have some crucial decisions to make, and today, they made their first of many, as the team has officially elected to not franchise tag tackle Orlando Brown for the second straight season.

The 26-year old was a third round pick back in 2018, and has proven to be a very solid starter for Kansas City over the past two seasons, marking his third and fourth Pro Bowl appearance in that time, and while there's a chance he's back on a long-term deal, all signs now point to him landing elsewhere for 2023.

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