I for one think this is the best strategy. I like this approach. Just because you HAVE the money, doesn't mean you should SPEND the money on marginal talent this year. If the guys you need aren't out there, wait. If you can't hit on EVERY SINGLE NEED you have for the upcoming season, the key is patience because next offseason brings a whole new crop of Free Agents.
Nobody in this organization, NFL, or the City thinks this team is on the verge of competing for a Super Bowl this season and as an organization, you have to take the approach that this is going to take more than one offseason to rebuild.
I like the fact that they wouldn't bite on Faine's asking price. He is vastly overpaid. Brown no longer wanted to kick outside which is understandable. I like the "Cold War" games the Chiefs are playing with the Broncos over their kicker.
I know nobody here likes what's going on, but i for one have agreed with almost EVERY approach the Chiefs have taken this offseason.