The NFL's new league year began on March 10, and throughout the month, we've already seen Chiefs general manager John Dorsey making moves that will reshape the appearance of the 2015 version of the club.
"The simplest way I could put it is I think we're better today than we were two weeks ago," Dorsey said on the Chiefs Download Podcast. "I think that we've crafted the plan, we've executed it to our fullest and I think we've walked away with some pretty good players."
Photos from the taping of the Chiefs Download Podcast featuring John Dorsey
Dorsey's marquee move of the offseason came on March 13, when the team came to terms with free agent wide receiver Jeremy Maclin, who has a history with head coach Andy Reid.
More than the fact that Maclin is coming off a career year, Dorsey likes the makeup the 26-year-old brings to the table.
"[Maclin's] going to come here with a very strong work ethic," Dorsey said. "He's going to show guys how to run their routes. He's going to show guys that doing the little things matter in terms of the preparation work.
"He's going to come in and work day in and day out. I couldn't be more thrilled for him."
On this edition of the Chiefs Download Podcast, Dorsey delves into many more aspects of the 2015 offseason including tight end Travis Kelce, WR Jason Avant and even quarterback Terrelle Pryor.
In addition, host Pete Sweeney and Chiefs reporter B.J. Kissel catch you up on every transaction the Chiefs have made to this point, including analysis on some of the new faces you'll see at Arrowhead this coming year.