KANSAS CITY, Mo. (KAKE) - The offseason is here and the Kansas City Chiefs are making moves.

The Chiefs will not be using their franchise tag on left tackle Orlando Brown, according to Jeremy Fowler of ESPN. Brown has played for the Chiefs for two seasons after spending his first three seasons with the Baltimore Ravens.

This comes after Brown and the Chiefs could not reach a long-term deal last offseason and played this season under the franchise tag.

Brown isn't the only player that could be leaving Kansas City. Adam Schefter of ESPN says that the Chiefs and Frank Clark's agent were unable to make a restructured deal happen and the expectation is that he will now be released.

Next up for the Chiefs is the NFL Draft, which gets underway on April 27.