The Kansas City Chiefs have made some changes to their offensive line this offseason.
After winning the Super Bowl, their front office showed that they are not satisfied.
Kansas City added Jawaan Taylor in free agency with him taking over at right tackle.
But the Chiefs have called on a veteran to get the first opportunity to start at left tackle.
Andy Reid recently announced that the Chiefs plan to start Donovan Smith at left tackle.
Andy Reid: Donovan Smith will begin OTAs at left tackle. https://t.co/k01sFud9HD
— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) May 8, 2023
Smith has been with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for the past eight seasons.
But they decided to not bring him back for the 2023 season.
In his eight seasons, Smith has started every one of his 124 games.
Last season, Smith missed four games and looked like a shell of himself when he was on the field.
Kansas City needs to have a stout offensive line to be a successful offense.
If the Chiefs hope to repeat as Super Bowl champs it will be behind their offense.
Mahomes makes them Super Bowl contenders each year, as he does not need much to be successful.
Yet, having Smith at left tackle could prove to be costly for the Chiefs.
If he struggles during camp, Kansas City may be in the market for an upgrade.
Signing Smith was a chance worth taking for the Chiefs and all they can hope is that it works out.NEXT: Chiefs RB Reportedly Played In Super Bowl With Significant Injuries