The Kansas City Chiefs are taking care of a few of their unrestricted free agents this week and that includes CB Travis Daniels. He writes on Twitter that he'll be re-signing with the Chiefs. No word on the length of the deal or how much it's worth.
Daniels is another guy that I said the Chiefs should bring back. With the loss of offseason workouts, the Chiefs could be short on players that are ready to quickly contribute in training camp and preseason without having to learn a new playbook. Daniels has been here. He knows the defense. There's no reason not to bring him back, especially with a 90-man roster for camp this year.
Daniels' deal with the Chiefs won't become official until he signs, which can happen starting on Friday night.
The Chiefs have also reportedly agreed to terms with WR Terrance Copper and C Casey Wiegmann. That leaves the remaining unrestricted free agents: NT Ron Edwards, DE Shaun Smith, S Jon McGraw, LB Charlie Anderson, RB Jackie Battle, FB Tim Castille, OT Ryan O'Callaghan, LB Corey Mays, TE Leonard Pope, C Rudy Niswanger and QB Brodie Croyle.