With the draft over, the Chiefs are turning their attention back to free agency, with a couple of veterans visiting on Tuesday.
The Kansas City Star reports that tight end Dallas Clark and safety O.J. Atogwe visited the Chiefs on Tuesday.
Clark has drawn almost no interest in free agency, and plenty of people think he just doesn’t have anything left. Clark turns 33 next month and caught just 34 passes for 352 yards in 11 games last season. His close relationship with Peyton Manning led many to assume the Broncos would have some interest, but that interest hasn’t materialized. The Chiefs are at least interested enough to give him a look, but they already have Tony Moeaki and Kevin Boss at the position, so Clark would likely enter training camp no better than third on the depth chart.
Atogwe played for the Redskins last season after six seasons with the Rams. In Kansas City he’d provide depth at safety, where the Chiefs don’t have much behind starters Eric Berry and Kendrick Lewis.