Kansas City Chiefs: Most of the Chiefs' major deals were done long before Tuesday, but that shouldn't tarnish their significance. The Chiefs so far have made every possible move to improve a team that went 2-14 in 2012. They traded two draft picks -- including a second-rounder this year -- for former 49ers quarterback Alex Smith. They signed star wide receiver Dwayne Bowe to a long-term contract, used their franchise tender on left tackle Branden Albert, and restructured a deal for underachieving defensive end Tyson Jackson. And don't forget the depth added with the free agent signings at defensive back (Dunta Robinson), tight end (Anthony Fasano), defense line (Mike DeVito) and quarterback (Chase Daniel). The Chiefs didn't have a clue about building a roster under former general manager Scott Pioli. The Andy Reid era already is off to a much better start.