Posted April 18, 2013 on kan.scout.com
With just a week to go before the Chiefs are officially on the clock, the team still needs to shore up its offensive line to compete in the AFC West. And that means, despite coming off an injury-riddled season, Kansas City has to trust Center, Rodney Hudson, to anchor the line
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