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Chiefs free agency rumors and updates, Monday night edition

Since our last Chiefs free agency update, more news and rumors have come up. Read on for the latest updates about the Chiefs free agents.

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Things are moving quickly now that the 2014 NFL free agency period is less than 24 hours away. There have been a few changes since we last posted an update on the Kansas City Chiefs 2014 free agents -- the big one being Dexter McCluster is not expected back in Kansas City -- so here goes another round of updates.

Not expected back with the Chiefs

OT Branden Albert: Not only is nearly everyone reporting he's going to the Dolphins, the framework of his contract with Miami is already being leaked.

WR Dexter McCluster: The KC Star's Terez Paylor reported he is not coming back to Kansas City, with 4-5 other suitors in free agency. McCluster will get paid well by someone who has more room to spare than the Chiefs.

Re-signed by the Chiefs

LB Frank Zombo: Reports on Monday state he has re-upped with the Chiefs. No official word yet.

LS Thomas Gafford: He was extended a few weeks ago (yes, that's what she said)

TE Richard Gordon / G Ricky Henry: Both restricted free agents who have been tendered.

Rumored interest from elsewhere

LB Akeem Jordan: It's being reported he has interest from six other teams. The Chiefs do like him and may want to keep him though.

WR Kyle Williams: Interest from five other teams, according to Herbie Teope.

G Geoff Schwartz: Today's update to the list of teams reportedly interested in Schwartz is the Rams, who released veteran guard Harvey Dahl. It's looking more and more like Schwartz and Asamoah are gone.

G Jon Asamoah: Reports continue to link him to the Falcons, where former Chiefs GM Scott Pioli now works.

No updates

DE Tyson Jackson, S Kendrick Lewis, DB Husain Abdullah and DB Quintin Demps.

Other free agency updates

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