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Should the Chiefs bring back Kelechi Osemele?

On the Monday mailbag edition of the Arrowhead Pride Laboratory, we were asked why we haven’t talked much about Kelechi Osemele this offseason when considering moves to improve the offensive line. The Kansas City Chiefs saw a small but very good sample of Osemele this year when they signed him...
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Chiefs’ Kelechi Osemele Shows off Stunning Recovery From Knee Injuries [LOOK]

The Kansas City Chiefs inability to protect Patrick Mahomes in Super Bowl LV last month was unfortunately the culmination of losses throughout the entire 2020 campaign. Shortly after Laurent Duvernay-Tardif and rookie Lucas Niang exercised their right to opt-out of the season due to COVID-19, the Chiefs suffered another critical loss in Week 5 when left guard Kelechi Osemele went down with torn tendons in both knees, a potential death blow to the career of the nine-year veteran.
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Arrowheadlines: Kelechi Osemele is the Chiefs’ forgotten free agent

Early on in the Week 5 game against the Las Vegas Raiders, Osemele went down with dual knee injuries, tearing tendons in both his left and right knee. For the second consecutive season, Osemele’s year was ended early due to injury. Despite valid concerns surrounding his durability, Touchdown Wire’s Mark Schofield believes that Osemele is one of the most underrated offensive free agents in this crop.
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Kelechi Osemele presents KC Chiefs with risky variables in free agency

Kelechi Osemele earned himself a tremendous amount of good will after making just four starts for the Kansas City Chiefs in 2020. Heading into another offseason, it’s not hard to find members of Chiefs Kingdom excited about the idea of bringing back Osemele again in 2021, given that he originally signed a one-year deal with the team last summer. The Chiefs have offensive line needs, and Osemele is an offensive lineman. The marriage looked good at the start of 2020, so it makes sense to believe that the veteran guard could return once healthy and provide what the team needs heading into 2021.