With ESPN's report last week about the proposed CBA and some of the rules on free agency, it's time once again to be talking about the Kansas City Chiefs and free agency.
The Chiefs have a number of unrestricted free agents that will be hitting the open market regardless of the labor deal. Here are the guys with six or more years of service time in the NFL that will be free agents regardless of whether the new labor deal uses four or six years as the threshold for unrestricted free agency:
NT Ron Edwards, DE Shaun Smith, WR Terrance Copper, S Jon McGraw, C Casey Wiegmann, LB Charlie Anderson, WR Kevin Curtis, CB Travis Daniels and LB Mike Vrabel.
And then there's the list of guys that will be unrestricted free agents only if the ESPN report about free agency moving back to pre-2010 rules (four years or more service time for unrestricted free agency) is accurate:
OT Ryan O'Callaghan, FB Tim Castille, LB Corey Mays, TE Leonard Pope, C Rudy Niswanger and QB Brodie Croyle.
I'm currently working on a story breaking down which of those players I would keep and which I would let walk. For now, let us know which players are definite keepers, and which ones you're willing to let walk.