Chiefs projected to sign three intriguing free agents this offseason

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Chris Jones, Defensive Line, Kansas City Chiefs

First up, they have Chris Jones sticking around with the Chiefs. At the very least, he will do so on the franchise tag. Kansas City could very well look to lock him up to a long-term contract.

Jones struggled with injuries late in the 2019 season and ended up playing in 13 games. He racked up 36 tackles, nine sacks, one forced fumble, one fumble recovery, and four defended passes. Those numbers show what he is capable of doing.

Kansas City needs to lock him up to a long-term deal. Jones is the heart and soul of their defense and the Chiefs cannot afford to lose him.