The Kansas City Chiefs are looking to add pieces in order to get back to the Super Bowl. But they have to start by taking care of their homegrown talent.

One order of business was the contract with Pro Bowl wide receiver Tyreek Hill. The 28-year-old, whose current contract expires after this upcoming season, has been a Pro Bowler in each of his six seasons (five times as WR and once as a punt returner in 2017) and been a lethal deep-ball threat for Patrick Mahomes. Kansas City is set to bring Hill back on a very lucrative deal.

According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, the Chiefs and Hill are “deep in talks” about a contract extension that could pay him around $20 million per year for several years. Fansided's Matt Verderame reported that there is no significant timetable to get it done, though it is expected to happen eventually.

Hill is one of the best and most unique offensive players in the NFL. Very few players have ever shown speed like his and the ability to make defenders miss in the open field. This past season, he recorded 1,239 receiving yards on 111 catches and nine touchdowns.

The Chiefs offense is set up to be dominant for as long as Mahomes, Hill and Travis Kelce are around. After placing the franchise tag on tackle Orlando Brown Jr., they are looking for more upgrades. However, if they lose key defensive free agents — they are in danger of doing so with Tyrann Mathieu — their odds of making it back to the big game will take a massive hit. Extending Hill would give them cap room that they need to add more talent.