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Report: Chiefs Won't Offer Tender To OL Andy Alleman

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Offensive guard Andy Alleman was scheduled to be a restricted free agent on March 5th because he has just three years of service in the NFL.

According to Adam Caplan of Scout.com, the Kansas City Chiefs will not be offering Alleman a tender essentially sealing his fate as an ex-Chief.

Alleman was included in a trade along with Ikechuku Ndukwe from the Miami Dolphins. The compensation in the trade has been a topic of discussion since GM Scott Pioli and Dolphins' czar Bill Parcells have kept it so quiet.

Alleman filled in at times along the offensive line and was generally thought of as someone that would stay with the Chiefs moving forward because they're not exactly deep on the offensive line.

Alleman, 26, was a third round pick by the Saints in 2007. 

The Chiefs have the following restricted free agents to make decisions on: QB Brodie Croyle, LB Derrick Johnson, LB Corey Mays, OL Ikechuku Ndukwe, OL Rudy Niswanger, OL Ryan O’Callaghan, S Jarrad Page