Kansas City Chiefs Confirm Roles For Veteran Tackles

The Kansas City Chiefs managed to capture their second Super Bowl win in the Patrick Mahomes era, and with that success comes the raised price of their own free agents, so when offensive tackle Orlando Brown moved on this off-season, some were worries that the team would have a hard time replacing him.

Despite that, the Chiefs not only stole Jawaan Taylor from the Jacksonville Jaguars, but were able to pick up former Tampa Bay Buccaneers veteran Donovan Smith, leaving some with question marks over who would play in what spot going forward. 

On Monday, Head Coach Andy Reid revealed that the plan is to start Smith at left tackle, while keeping Taylor on the right side, and if both stay healthy, it's safe to say that along with the best Quarterback and Tight End in the NFL, the Chiefs will have quite the offensive line as well. 

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