Amari Cooper, Wide Receiver
The Kansas City Chiefs desperately need a consistent threat on the outside with Tyreek Hill. Cooper would provide the perfect foil to Hill’s speed by taking advantage of all the open space he creates. He is still only 27 years old, and the Cowboys have not officially released him. But given the chance, Mahomes throwing to a trio of Hill-Cooper-Kelce is a scary, scary thought for opposing teams.
Bobby Wagner, Linebacker
The Seahawks continued cleaning house by following up the Russell Wilson blockbuster with the release of another franchise staple — Bobby Wagner. One man’s pain is another man’s pleasure. Nick Bolton is going to be in the league for a long time, and he would pair well with Wagner for a couple seasons. It gives the team an elite player that could make all the difference in January.
Kyle Fuller, Cornerback
Fuller’s brother — Kendall — spent two seasons in Kansas City, so he’s at least somewhat familiar with the franchise. He also spent 2021 in Denver, posting an up-and-down season to put it mildly. The Chiefs are the exact type of team that bets on Kyle Fuller returning to his pre-2021 form. Don’t be surprised if he ends up being one of the better values in free agency.
Emmanuel Ogbah, Pass Rusher
Speaking of familiar faces, the former Kansas City Chiefs edge rusher should be a top target. Ogbah played well in 2019 for the team, before eventually landing in Miami. South Beach is where he enjoyed his true breakout, totaling nine sacks in each of the past two seasons. At 28 years old — and coming off his best seasons — the price tag might be a bit hefty, but Steve Spagnuolo would happily welcome Ogbah to his defensive unit.
Ndamukong Suh, Defensive Tackle
Suh has been a mainstay in football discussions ever since arriving on the scene at Nebraska. He terrorized offensive lines during his time in Detroit and Miami, before starting his “ring chasing” phase. The fearsome defensive tackle made a Super Bowl with the Rams, before eventually landing in Tampa Bay and winning Super Bowl LV against the Chiefs. He is now 35 years old, but still provides top-of-the-line production for the position. Yet another veteran piece that could be a steal for Kansas City.