Kansas City Chiefs Deny 'Rebuilding' Despite Off-Season Trading Frenzy

Of course . . . So many front office power moves confirms that this is, in fact, a rebuilding year .

Moreover, this cowtown's star QB will spend yet another year attempting to recapture his glory days like so many other fanbois at Arrowhead.

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General manager Brett Veach still resisted the idea the Chiefs are in any kind of rebuilding effort.

"When you have Pat Mahomes, we'll be wired to go after it every year,'' Veach said. "Even though you may make moves and you may trade really good players, it doesn't mean [there won't] be another counterpunch and that we [won't] try to be aggressive in another way. You just have to be smart and flexible in what you do. What's needed to do that is draft resources and cap space.

"Just because you trade away a great player doesn't mean we're in a rebuilding mode by any means. It just means we're going to find a new set of resources and we're going to try to be aggressive.''

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Chiefs not in 'rebuilding mode' despite key losses

4:32 PM ET Adam TeicherESPN Staff Writer Close Covered Chiefs for 20 seasons for Kansas City Star Joined ESPN in 2013 KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The Kansas City Chiefs traded Tyreek Hill and opted not to re-sign Tyrann Mathieu. They have some seemingly obvious holes on their roster just a few days before the draft.