Kansas City Chiefs Free Agency
The former Chargers defensive end visited the Chiefs in late March.
The team has signed a 2019 undrafted free agent who has been with four NFL teams.
The numbers on the former Chiefs cornerback’s new deal in Minnesota are out — and we have learned more about the circumstances of the negotiations.
In a new article from CBSSports.com, Tyler Sullivan picks the biggest remaining need for each NFL team.
ESPN’s Mike Clay published a ranking on Tuesday.
After the Falcons’ wide receiver opened up on a call with Shannon Sharpe, he became the league’s hottest topic.
This is something you don’t see every day — but the new Chiefs defensive back’s situation is unique.
The Chiefs have now signed two players after their minicamp tryouts over the weekend.
The former first-round pick fits the bill for what the Chiefs have historically asked of their cornerbacks.
Just before their minicamp, Kansas City adds eight new rookies to the team.
The 24-year-old cornerback is on the final year of his rookie contract.
The French-Canadian doctor has now erased all doubt about whether he will return from his 2020 opt out.
The tight end had planned to have his entire salary converted to Bitcoin.
The former Chief has found a new home — protecting Colts quarterback Carson Wentz.
The former Jaguar is coming off an ACL injury and is expected to be ready by August.
Kansas City acquires an edge rusher with five years of NFL experience.
Kansas City’s former left tackle will meet with the Colts, looking for a chance to play.
The former Denver Broncos safety will be the newest member of the Chiefs secondary
The Chiefs made their picks in the 2021 NFL Draft, so now they move to sign undrafted free agents. We’re tracking the rumors and signings here.
...that likely was not coming at No. 31 in the NFL Draft on Thursday night.
In an interview with 610, the former Chiefs expresses his desire to carry on playing - hopefully in Kansas City
The former Kansas State wide receiver will be with Kansas City for another season.
The Chiefs found a way to revamp their offensive line before the NFL Draft even began.
It seems that we may have misunderstood the precise nature of the circumstances that led to the Ravens trading their former right tackle to the Chiefs.
Let’s break down why we should be celebrating Veach’s latest blockbuster trade.
A new report from Peter King gives some perspective on the complicated deal.
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The Chiefs’ trade for their new left tackle was made possible by their strategy in free agency.