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Kansas City Chiefs ready for cornerback cage match

The Kansas City Chiefs have focused on the cornerback position this offseason. They selected four cornerbacks in the draft, traded in another, and signed more to provide competition. rice field. The result is the Chiefs’ most experienced cornerback entering his fourth year. With all the new additions, let’s sort out the Chiefs’ corner crop and find out how they fit into Kansas City’s reworked roster.

Base Starters: L’Jarius Sneed and Trent McDuffie

L’Jarius Sneed is a high-level player and the Chiefs’ best cornerback since being drafted in the fourth round of the 2020 NFL Draft. Little-known after college, Snead went on to win the Super Bowl and join the Chiefs on his team. It was expected that he would grow throughout the year. However, Snead was thrown into the fire when cornerback Bachaud Breeland was suspended. He started in his first NFL game and has held that position ever since.In base defense, Snead plays on the outside, but kicks Snead on the inside when the Chiefs enter the subpackage. Defensive coordinator Steve Spagnolo trusts Snead to play anywhere on the field and obliterate his opponents. 3 Coming into his second season, Snead must continue to improve and solidify his position as one of the best cornerbacks in the league.