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The Kansas City Chiefs have made a big move in the NFL free agency frenzy by signing former Jacksonville Jaguars standout tackle Jawaan Taylor to a four-year, $80 million deal with $60 million guaranteed.

This comes as the Chiefs are moving on from Orlando Brown, who they traded for and gave the franchise tag, but who ultimately wanted to be paid like a top-tier left tackle.

Brown is now a free agent.

The Chiefs are confident in their ability to work with offensive linemen and design plays that play to their strengths, making them an attractive destination for players looking to play with superstar quarterback Patrick Mahomes and chase championships.

The move is expected to help the team improve their offensive line and make another run at the Super Bowl.

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