was oft-criticized in Chicago, but the Chiefs
appear interested in his services. (Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)
The Kansas City Chiefs offensive line has to be a big concern for the team entering the 2014 season, following a start to the free agency period that saw starting offensive tackle Branden Albert, guard Jon Asamoah and guard/tackle Geoff Schwartz all leave the team.
With so many holes now up front, it only makes sense for the team to ramp up their efforts to find replacements along their offensive line. They reportedly spent time doing just that last week by meeting with free agent offensive tackle J'Marcus Webb.
Adam Caplan passed along the news.
Webb has plenty of experience from his time in the NFC North with the Chicago Bears and Minnesota Vikings, but he spent last season in a reserve role and was never able to make a big impact.
However, if Webb were to join the Chiefs, he would have a real shot at competing for a starting job with so few bodies currently on the team's roster.
Webb is still only 25 years old, so he has plenty of time left in his career to continue improving and fighting for quality playing time.