AFC West: Top 10 underrated offseason moves for each team
1. Kansas City Chiefs: Kendall Fuller, CB
The most underrated move made in the AFC West this offseason was the Chiefs’ acquisition of cornerback Kendall Fuller.
Because of the impact of losing Alex Smith in the trade with Washington, not many really focused in on what Fuller brings to the table outside of Kansas City fans.
Fuller has developed into one of the best slot corners in the NFL, and though the Chiefs also lost Marcus Peters this offseason, he will be able to excel in their defense playing in the nickel with Steven Nelson and David Amerson on the outside.
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A third-round pick in the 2016 NFL Draft, Fuller still has two years left on his rookie contract and the Chiefs got a steal here.
Last season, he picked off four passes and forced a fumble with 10 pass breakups. The arrow is pointing up for this stud young cornerback who might remind some Broncos fans of a young Chris Harris Jr.