Report: Chiefs have made offer to Austin Reiter

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The Chiefs are rebuilding their offensive line and could have five new starters. Then, again, maybe not.

They cut tackles Eric Fisher and Mitchell Schwartz and signed guards Kyle Long and Joe Thuney. The Chiefs still have work to do.

Kansas City is interested in the return of center Austin Reiter, and Reiter currently is “considering the offer” of the Chiefs, Herbie Teope of the Kansas City Star reports.

Reiter has appeared in 42 games with 32 starts for the Chiefs the past three seasons.

Reiter, a seventh-round choice of Washington in 2015, has appeared in 59 games with 33 starts in his career. He never played a game for Washington but spent two seasons with the Browns before landing in Kansas City.

3 responses to “Report: Chiefs have made offer to Austin Reiter

  1. I really think we thought we were going to get SF’s LT then Hudson popped up and looked like the best left side in the game. Time to see Veach’s plan B, more than likely better than most teams plan A.

  2. Good move by KC. The offensive line cost them the Super Bowl last year. Granted there were injury problems and maybe they could have adjusted their game plan when it was clear the OL was being rag dolled tackle to tackle.

  3. If Reiter signs then they will have Reiter, LDT, Osemele, Long, Thuney and will probably draft a couple. Looks like they will be set.

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