The Kansas City Chiefs are moving on from their free offensive tackle Orlando Brown as Joanne Taylor has agreed terms of a massive deal to join the Super Bowl champs.
Taylor is expected to sign an $80 million deal over the next four seasons with the Chiefs, $60 million of which is guaranteed, according to NFL Network.
While the Chiefs desperately needed to fill their tackle spots — the Browns and Andrew Wiley were free agents — experts and fans alike view this as a head-scratcher.
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Taylor has played well at right side for the Jaguars since coming out of Florida in the 2019 NFL Draft.
He’s started every game he’s played with Jacksonville for the past four seasons, but his long-term deal makes him the fourth highest paid offensive tackle in the league at $20 million per season.
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On the other hand, Brown has been a professional player in each of the last four seasons for Kansas City. After playing at a fifth-year option in 2022, the Browns are set to make something in the range of what Taylor earned.
Willie also got paid by the Washington leaders, as he agreed to sign a three-year, $24 million agreement.
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Despite this, bosses have seen transport workers come and go in recent years, but the pay level has remained the same. They ignore what the public thinks and go with what they feel makes sense to build their list for 2023.
Taylor hasn’t played left tackle since college, but is expected to play there with Kansas City next season. He was also very creditable, taking just six penalties all last season.
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The Chiefs’ inside line will remain the same as it was last season, with Joe Thune, Creed Humphrey, and Trey Smith at left guard, center, and right guard, respectively. Darian Kinnard is slated for the right tackle on the depth chart.
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