Among the (many) free agents the Kansas City Chiefs lost in the first two hours of free agency was guard Geoff Schwartz. He was one of the most popular Chiefs free agents and one many Chiefs fans were hoping they could keep.
Of course, with limited cap space the Chiefs had to draw the line someplace.
According to Yahoo! Sports, who is reporting the terms of Schwartz's deal with the Giants, the line was somewhere below the 4-year, $16.8 million deal that Schwartz received from New York. Citing Schwartz's agent, the report states $6.2 million is guaranteed. The Chiefs had around a reported $9 million in cap space to start the day.
My question for you is simple. If you were John Dorsey, would you have done this deal?
Hell no RT @ArrowheadPride $4 million a year for Schwartz. Would you have done it if you were Dorsey?— Brandon Sosna (@BrandonSosna) March 12, 2014
@ArrowheadPride yup, his play showed us he was worth it, especially since we didn't get one of the better safeties out there anyway— Rasmus Bjerregård (@Raggerdangdang) March 12, 2014
@ArrowheadPride Never! All these guys are getting more than their worth.— Johnathan Felton (@Felton25) March 12, 2014
@ArrowheadPride woulda done it blindfolded no question— Nathan Hubbard (@NathanHubbard1) March 12, 2014