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Chiefs Sign LB Corey Mays, Still Looking to Add More Players

The Chiefs agreed to terms with unrestricted free agent linebacker Corey Mays from Cincinnati. Mays is 25 years old and is in his 4th year in the league. He is another player with New England...

(The Chiefs) also announced the signing of linebacker Darrell Robertson. At 6-4, 246 pounds,...

(The Chiefs) also announced the signing of linebacker Darrell Robertson. At 6-4, 246 pounds, Robertson was on the New England practice squad last year. He came into the NFL as a college free agent with Dallas in 2008 out of Georgia Tech, where he was recruited and played for Chiefs offensive coordinator Chan Gailey. In the ‘08 pre-season with the Cowboys, he was credited with four tackles and one for minus yardage. He played two games last year in the Canadian Football League with the Edmonton Eskimos and had six tackles. In 50 games at Tech, he had 108 tackles and 11.5 sacks.

Chiefs Re-Sign McGraw | Chiefs Football at BobGretz.com

Reserve safety and special teams player Jon McGraw agreed to contract terms with the Chiefs.

Reserve safety and special teams player Jon McGraw agreed to contract terms with the Chiefs.

Chiefs re-sign McGraw | Red Zone

After adding a quarterback over the weekend, Kansas City now is looking at a wide...

After adding a quarterback over the weekend, Kansas City now is looking at a wide receiver. Seattle’s free-agent wide receiver Bobby Engram is in Kansas City today visiting with the Chiefs. The visit makes sense on various fronts. Back when Engram played in Chicago, he spent one season working with a young assistant coach, Todd Haley, who now is the Chiefs head coach. Also, Seattle moved on a receiver of its own Monday, when it signed T.J. Houshmandzadeh, leaving that much less playing time for Engram, a 13-year vet. But Engram has produced at his two previous stops — five seasons in Chicago and the last eight in Seattle. Now he could have the chance to do the same in Kansas City.

NFL.com Blogs - With Houshmandzadeh in Seattle, Engram visits Chiefs

As the clock struck midnight, CB DeAngelo Hall struck it rich. Hall reached an agreement with the...

As the clock struck midnight, CB DeAngelo Hall struck it rich. Hall reached an agreement with the Redskins on a six-year, $54 million deal that includes $22.5 million guaranteed and $30 million in the first three seasons. Agents Alvin Keels and Joel Segal spent recent weeks negotiating with the Redskins and put the finishing touches on the deal as free agency kicked off.

NFL.com Blogs " Blog Archive Hall opens free agency by signing with Redskins "

The Washington Times has confirmed our report that the Redskins will be taking immediate aim at...

The Washington Times has confirmed our report that the Redskins will be taking immediate aim at Cowboys defensive end Chris Canty once free agency officially opens in less than an hour.

ProFootballTalk.com - TIMES CONFIRMS CANTY-TO-SKINS RUMOR

Here are the teams with the most and least salary-cap room heading into the start of free...

Here are the teams with the most and least salary-cap room heading into the start of free agency. MOST Tampa Bay — $61 million Kansas City — $57 million Philadelphia — $48 million Denver — $37 million Green Bay — $34 million LEAST Carolina — $1.9 million New England — $3.2 million Indianapolis — $6.6 million Pittsburgh — $7.4 million Washington — $8.1 million

NFL.com Blogs Tampa Bay working with most salary cap space

NFL.com Blogs Your quick-look free-agent guide

As of today: Here is a look at some of the top players — restricted free agents and franchise players are not included — heading into free agency

League tampering rules prohibit teams from beginning the process of signing free agents before...

League tampering rules prohibit teams from beginning the process of signing free agents before 12:01 a.m. tomorrow. But the sources, who requested anonymity because of the rules, said [Washington Redskins] owner Daniel Snyder and Vinny Cerrato, Washington's executive vice president of football operations, have already laid the groundwork to attempt to acquire Haynesworth, considered the top defensive player who could become available. Another option being considered by the team is [Chris] Canty, a versatile end who can play the run and pass rush from the interior on third downs.

Redskins Aim to Pursue Titans' Haynesworth in Free Agency - washingtonpost.com
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