The National Football League officially turns the page to 2023 on March 15, meaning that all players with expiring contracts will hit the open market with the ability to sign with any team.
Here's a quick rundown of which members of the Kansas City Chiefs are set to become unrestricted free agents when the new league year begins. The Chiefs can still re-sign these players, but other teams will have that same opportunity as of March 15.
This list will be updated as official moves take place.
Offensive Guard Nick Allegretti - Re-signed with the Chiefs (3/17)
Tight End Blake Bell
Offensive Tackle Orlando Brown Jr. - Signed with the Cincinnati Bengals (3/17)
Fullback Michael Burton - Signed with the Denver Broncos (3/17)
Safety Deon Bush
Defensive End Carlos Dunlap
Wide Receiver Mecole Hardman - Signed with the New York Jets (3/23)
Quarterback Chad Henne - Retired
Running Back Ronald Jones - Signed with the Dallas Cowboys (3/21)
Running Back Jerick McKinnon
Defensive Tackle Derrick Nnadi - Re-signed with the Chiefs (3/23)
Defensive Tackle Khalen Saunders - Signed with the New Orleans Saints (3/17)
Wide Receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster - Signed with the New England Patriots (3/15)
Safety Juan Thornhill - Signed with the Cleveland Browns (3/16)
Wide Receiver Justin Watson
Defensive Tackle Brandon Williams
Offensive Tackle Andrew Wylie - Signed with the Washington Commanders (3/16)
It's worth noting that this list only includes the Chiefs' unrestricted free agents. It does not encompass the Chiefs' restricted or exclusive rights free agents.
Free Agent Signings:
Offensive Tackle Jawaan Taylor (3/16) | Five Things to Know >
Defensive Lineman Charles Omenihu (3/16) | Five Things to Know >
Safety Mike Edwards (3/20) | Five Things to Know >
Linebacker Drue Tranquill (3/21) | Five Things to Know >