Dunta Robinson signed by Chiefs: everything we know
And we're off! The Kansas City Chiefs and Dunta Robinson have agreed to terms on a three-year contract, according to reports. It's been reported by Sean Jensen of the Chicago Sun-Times that Robinson's deal is worth $15 million over three years. Robinson was a 2004 first round pick by Houston and spent six seasons with the Texans. In March 2010 he signed a six-year, $54 million deal in Atlanta but never fully lived up to expectations. He was cut by Atlanta on March 1 and took free agent visits to the Chiefs and Broncos. Find all Dunta Robinson updates here.
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