The Facts: Following up on the ongoing story. ... GM John Dorsey said he was confident the Kansas City Chiefs have their No. 2 quarterback for next season already on their roster. He is resigning himself to the fact it likely won't be Daniel. "I think we were very lucky to have him as our No. 2 quarterback," Dorsey said at the NFL scouting combine. "Just a couple of hours ago I've had discussions with his agent just to see where they are in the process. At the right price I would try to retain him. I understand the business of the game of football. He's going to want to be able to see if he can start. I do believe he's capable of doing that. That process will be ongoing."
Diehards Line: The veteran quarterback signed three years ago to be the primary backup to Alex Smith, but is a potential unrestricted free agent and will at least attempt to see whether he can land elsewhere with a starter's job and starter's money. If the Chiefs have their backup on their roster and it's not Daniel, they would go with either Tyler Bray or Aaron Murray. Neither has played in a regular-season game since joining the Chiefs, Bray as an undrafted free agent from Tennessee in 2013 and Murray as a fifth-round draft pick from Georgia in 2014. Bray missed all of last season after tearing his ACL playing basketball the previous January, but he returned to practice late in the season.