The churning of the offseason roster hasn't gone unnoticed within the division.
"Since you asked, we brought it up today in the locker room," Allen said, via Gilbert Manzano of the L.A. Daily News. "We just looked at their DB (defensive back) group, and I'll just leave it at that. We've seen it."
The words themselves aren't a slight, but the tone conveyed is being interpreted as Allen being unimpressed with the changes K.C. made in the secondary.
The Chiefs signed safety Mathieu, added cornerbacks Bashaud Breeland and Keith Reaser (from the AAF) as free agents and drafted safety Juan Thornhill and corner Rashad Fenton. The depth chart could currently be conceived as muddled with Berry, Steven Nelson, and Ron Parker leaving. Given that the Chiefs owned one of the worst pass defenses in the NFL last season, change doesn't necessarily mean negative, despite what Allen might see on paper in April. It can't get much worse, right?
The biggest change this offseason in K.C. came in moving on from longtime DC Bob Sutton to Steve Spagnuolo.