Jacksonville Jaguars: 3 potential trade destinations for Walker Little before free agency

• Here are 3 teams who would be ideal trade parters for Jaguars OT Walker Little.

Jacksonville Jaguars offensive tackle Walker Little (72) runs on the field before an NFL football
Jacksonville Jaguars offensive tackle Walker Little (72) runs on the field before an NFL football / Corey Perrine / USA TODAY NETWORK
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2. Kansas City Chiefs

The Kansas City Chiefs are coming off their third Super Bowl win in five years, effectively becoming the blueprint for success in the NFL. Since general manager Brett Veach took over in 2017, the Chiefs have made an effort to build through the draft but they have never been afraid to fork out considerable cash to retain a player or to acquire one in free agency.

Just last year, Kansas City signed former Jaguars right tackle Jawaan Taylor to a four-year deal worth $80 million. The former Florida Gator got off to an underwhelming start and was even benched a couple times as the season progressed. However, he managed to put it all together when the Chiefs reached the playoffs, giving up a reasonable 12 pressures and no sacks in four contests.

Looking back, the Chiefs got enough bang for their buck even if their plan for Taylor changed. See, they signed him with the expectation of moving him to left tackle but things took a turn when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers made Donovan Smith available in the open market. Kansas City swooped in and plugged in the veteran at left tackle while keeping Taylor on his more familiar right side.

Smith is slated to become a free agent, and it's unknown if Kansas City wants to bring him back. Last year, he allowed 42 pressures, the most he's surrendered in 2018. If they're interested in looking for a long-term answer at left tackle, instead of a stopgap, they should then inquire about Walker Little, who has yet to earn a consistent role in Jacksonville.