The Kansas City Chiefs continue retaining a few of their own unrestricted free agents. According to ESPN's John Clayton, the latest player to agree to terms in Kansas City is S Jon McGraw. The KC Star's Adam Teicher first reported that the Chiefs were working on a deal with him.
Per the ESPN report, it's a one-year deal.
Is this a surprise to anyone? It's not to me. The Chiefs secondary is very young so I think it's beneficial to have a guy like McGraw around, particularly in an offseason like this.
With the Chiefs reportedly agreeing to terms with C Casey Wiegmann, WR Terrance Copper and CB Travis Daniels, and losing NT Ron Edwards to the Carolina Panthers, here's what their unrestricted free agent list looks like:
DE Shaun Smith, LB Charlie Anderson, RB Jackie Battle, FB Tim Castille, OT Ryan O'Callaghan, LB Corey Mays, TE Leonard Pope, C Rudy Niswanger and QB Brodie Croyle.
Reportedly, the team hopes to bring back Shaun Smith as well.