Hodges, 26, had his best NFL season in 2016 for a 49ers team that struggled. Hodges played in 15 games, started 12 and set new career highs with three sacks and two interceptions.
The Chiefs officially decline Nick Foles’ $6.75 million option on Thursday, a source confirmed to The Star. The move is not a surprise, as news surfaced weeks ago that the Chiefs planned on declining the option. The club, however, has still expressed an interest in retaining Foles, according to the source.
Wilson’s return would leave the Chiefs in position to bring back all of their top wideouts from last year as Jeremy Maclin, Tyreek Hill and Chris Conley are all under contract.
Is Murray just a camp body or is he being brought in to legitimately challenge HSOTE Sean Mannion for the backup spot behind franchise QB Jared Goff? It’s worth pointing out that Murray’s final two seasons in Athens in 2012 and 2013 coincided with the first two seasons of a very talented young running back in Just Todd Gurley...
Charles, who was released in February, suffered a second ACL injury in 2015 but is considered healthy now. But he also turns 30 in December and has played just eight games the past two seasons, one reason he will take visits. Teams can give physicals during visits so the Seahawks would be able to get their own look at Charles’ knee then. That he is set to take a visit — and likely has others — means a signing almost certainly won’t be occurring immediately. Pro Football Talk reported that the visit is set for next week.
"I just got annoyed and tired of people still asking me and telling me they wanted me to stay a Dolphin, but I had no choice. I’m not saying anything about anybody – when you are walking the streets, when you’re walking with your friends and back then everyone says they want you here, but you already know your fate. It was kind of hard, but now I know. I am excited to know where I am going. It’s announced and I can put that to rest and move on."
Both Cook and Millard were set to become exclusive-rights free agents, which means the Chiefs had the option to hit them with a one-year tender. Had Kansas City done that, the player would either have to sign that tender (usually for league minimum salary) or sit out the season.
Federal law bars nonlicensed team personnel, such as athletic trainers, from dispensing medication. The complaint cites multiple instances in which clubs were warned about this practice, including letters from Brown to the Bengals, Kansas City Chiefs and Tennessee Titans.