The NFL’s free agency period just opened up however a certain division had been making huge progress on their rosters even before free agency started. The AFC West teams have been making strides all off-season from roster cutest huge trades that will surely impact the 2019 season.
Incumbent division winner Kansas City began making their moves when they released linebacker Justin Houston and then later signed running back Carlos Hyde. The moves will help their explosive offense while offering them a chance to get younger on their defensive line. The Chiefs will wind up saving over $15 million in salary that they can invest into their defense while also having the ability to draft important pieces.
The Oakland Raiders have made the two biggest moves this offseason with the trade for Antonio Brown and the signing of left tackle Trent Brown. The two moves help solidify the Raiders’ struggling offense that desperately needed pieces around QB Derek Carr. The best part of their offseason moves so far? They still have their three first round picks in this year’s draft that they could use as trade capital or of course they could load up with young talented pieces for Jon Gruden’s resurgence.