Last week the New England Patriots released DE Ty Warren nine years after they made him their first round pick in the 2003 NFL draft. We of course picked up on the Warren release because of his connection to Kansas City Chiefs GM Scott Pioli, who was part of the front office that drafted Warren.
Warren has been visiting a couple of teams and, according to Mike Klis of the Denver Post, one of those teams is the Kansas City Chiefs.
Warren, meanwhile, has decided to go on tour. After visiting with the Broncos on Saturday and Sunday, and the Houston Texans on Sunday and today, he will visit the Kansas City Chiefs and his former New England general manager Scott Pioli.
Check out the Denver Post for the full details on his visit to Denver.
Very intriguing. He left Denver and Houston without signing so that could suggest he wants to hear what the Chiefs have to say first. The Chiefs have DE Glenn Dorsey and DE Tyson Jackson pegged as the starters now and they allowed DE Shaun Smith to leave via free agency.
Hmm. Thoughts on this? I'm not totally sure how I feel but my initial reaction is that I like it.