Okafor entered the league as a fourth-round pick by the Arizona Cardinals in 2013, He racked up 13 1/2 sacks in 42 games across four seasons in the desert before signing with the Saints in 2017. That's something Chiefs fans must accept. That's good value for the Chiefs depending on how it is structured. After suffering a torn Achilles late in the 2017 season, he came back last season to start all 16 games, compiling four sacks, while splitting playing time with rookie first-round draft pick Marcus Davenport.More news: Apple to host WWDC 2019 between June 3 to 7
During his first 10 games with New Orleans, Okafor totaled 43 tackles, 4 1/2 sacks and four passes defended.More news: Taylor Swift Jokes About New Music During Her iHeartRadio Music Awards Speech
Okafor has been a member of the Saints for the past two seasons. The former Saint has struggled with injuries throughout his career, but when healthy, he can provide a nice burst at defensive end for this rebuilding unit. Berry and Houston were both expensive and not living up the bill while Ford was going to become much more expensive and until last season, hadn't shown he deserved that kind of dough.
For the Chiefs, Okafor brings a veteran presence on the defensive line. Here's to hoping this move works out for the Kansas City Chiefs!More news: The Blacklist Renewed for Season 7 by NBC