Kansas City Chiefs Free Agency
The Iowa State prospect had a more decorated college career than most undrafted free agents.
Knowing the details of Ingram’s new deal in Miami, it’s a little clearer why he didn’t return to Kansas City.
It looks like Kansas City will not be able to get their free agent defensive end back for 2022.
The NFL International Pathways player has come further than anyone expected — but he still has a long way to go.
The former Green Bay wideout told Jim Rome he was happy to join Kansas City.
James Bradberry is the obvious connection, but who are the other veteran free agents that could help the Chiefs?
The undrafted free agent was among players speaking on the final day of rookie minicamp.
The former Clemson standout at wide receiver is still working his way back to complete recovery.
Kansas City’s GM left all options open but said he expected Hardman’s representatives will want to wait a year.
We’ve been expecting that New York could release the six-year veteran — and now it’s happening.
Kansas City has made some room on its 90-man roster for some undrafted free agent players.
Kansas City hit Brown with the franchise tag earlier this offseason.
Kansas City is using the UFA tag on Ingram to ensure they speak to him before he makes a decision on 2022.
The latest addition to Kansas City’s cornerbacks will add to what should be great competition for playing time.
Let’s take a look at new undrafted free agent Justyn Ross who will work to earn his spot on the Chiefs.
Kansas City has used a little-used tool to try and secure Ingram for the 2022 season.
Kansas City continues to load up on defensive backs.
Kansas City’s All-Pro free agent will now join his fourth NFL team.
A spinal injury kept the one-time Day 1 or Day 2 prospect off of many teams’ draft boards.
The Chiefs made their picks in the 2022 NFL Draft, so now they move to sign undrafted free agents. We’re tracking the rumors and signings here.
The Chiefs’ general manager is gearing up for the most important draft weekend of his tenure.
Kansas City’s general manager discusses how trading the team’s top receiver altered the team’s plans.
Speaking to reporters on Friday, the Kansas City general manager compared it to the negotiation with Chris Jones.
The Chiefs general manager seemed opened to the idea — depending on the contract.
No Deebo in Kansas City. Looks like no Brown or Metcalf, either.
With the departures of safeties Armani Watts and Daniel Sorensen, the team could use some veteran help.
The head coach and quarterback discuss Smith-Schuster and Valdes-Scantling’s size — and what that means for Kansas City’s offense.
Finally able to step out of Tyreek Hill’s shadow, Hardman recognizes he will have a bigger opportunity this season.