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Kansas City Chiefs free agency tracker (day two)

Read on as we track the Kansas City Chiefs free agency rumors as well as the comings and goings of the Chiefs own free agents.

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We're one day into the 2014 NFL free agency period and most KC Chiefs fans are a little depressed as the team let five free agents sign multi-year deals with other teams. Meanwhile, the Chiefs had some action on day one, re-signing Husain Abdullah to a two-year deal.

We'll be tracking the Chiefs free agency movement in this thread.

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Chiefs free agents signed elsewhere

LT Branden Albert* (Signed 5-year, $46 million deal with Dolphins)
G Geoff Schwartz (Signed 4-year, $16.8 million deal with Giants)
G Jon Asamoah (Signed 5-year, $22.5 million deal with Falcons)
WR Dexter McCluster (Signed 3-year, $12 million deal with Titans)
DE Tyson Jackson (Signed 5-year, $25 million deal with Falcons)

Chiefs free agents unsigned

LB Akeem Jordan (Has interest from other teams)
WR Kyle Williams (Has interest from other teams)
S Kendrick Lewis
DB Quintin Demps
DT Jerrell Powe (Restricted free agent)

Other teams free agent signed

LB Joe Mays (Signed 2-year, $6 million deal with Chiefs)
OL Jeff Linkenbach (Colts)

Rumored / reported interest

LB Joe Mays (Signed by Chiefs)
WR Joe Morgan
WR Jason Avant
KR/PR Devin Hester
S Antoine Bethea (Signed 4-year deal with 49ers)
DT Red Bryant (Signed 4-year deal with Jaguars)

Re-signed to Chiefs (a/k/a To the 'ship!)

LB Frank Zombo (Re-signed with Chiefs)
DB Husain Abdullah (Re-signed 2-year deal with Chiefs)
LS Thomas Gafford (Re-signed with Chiefs )

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