The Kansas City Chiefs continue to revamp the offensive tackle position, signing a former Buccaneers left tackle to a one year deal.
Veteran Donovan Smith is in agreement with the defending Super Bowl champions on a one year contract worth up to $9 million.
The Chiefs are replacing two starting tackles from last season, after Orlando Brown signed with the Cincinnati Bengals and Andrew Wylie signed with the Washington Commanders. The Chiefs agreed to a deal with tackle Jawaan Taylor earlier in free agency, as well as drafted Wanya Morris of Oklahoma in the third round of the draft.
Smith is 29 years old and looking to rebound from the worst season of his career. He struggled with elbow and foot injuries, and won just 78.3% of pass snaps, and 64.9% of run snaps.
Smith was a second round pick in 2015, and has started 124 regular season games, sixth most in the NFL over that span.