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The Eight NFL Teams With the Biggest Holes Left to Fill

Kansas City Chiefs: Cornerback

The Chiefs fielded one of the most dominant pass-rushing fronts in the NFL last year, but that didn’t translate into a top-tier pass defense thanks in large part to its porous back-end coverage. After finishing second to last in passing yards surrendered (273.4 passing yards per game), Kansas City set out to overhaul its disappointing defensive unit by firing coordinator Bob Sutton in favor of Steve Spagnuolo, offloading Justin Houston, Dee Ford, and a slew of other contributors, signing Tyrann Mathieu to a big free-agent contract, and trading for Seahawks pass rusher Frank Clark. But they didn’t do much to bolster one of their biggest vulnerabilities. The cornerbacks group may have gotten worse.

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