The Kansas City Chiefs locked up one of their own with a four-year contract extension for safety Daniel Sorensen. The deal is worth $16 million, according to NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo.
Chiefs banged out (cc: @daringantt) an agreement with S Daniel Sorensen: 4 years for $16m, almost half guaranteed. Another $2m in incentives— Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) March 11, 2017
Good deal for him. Sorensen was an undrafted guy who came in and carved out an important role in the Chiefs defense as their third safety in subpackages. This is good injury insurance for the Chiefs top two safeties, Eric Berry and Ron Parker, who each have their own long-term contracts.
This is a good find for Chiefs GM John Dorsey. Any time an undrafted player gets a second contract you have to feel pretty good about your eye for talent.