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By Chiefs4life24

So since they still have to cut players to just pay for Houston’s tag their may be a chance we don’t have Hali or Houston or maybe more on this team next season, brace yourselves guys this off season could be brutal Read more…

By Josh Alper

On Monday, the NFL announced that the salary cap for the 2015 season will be $143.28 million, although every team will have a different amount of money available to them. Under the current Collective Bargaining Agreement, teams have the option to carry over unused cap space from the 2014 season. The NFLPA has released a…
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By CabbageHATCHkid

We lose Houston, our best young player. But If he is for real about holding out until week 10 we have to deal him. Hopefully that doesn’t lose us leverage with potential teams looking for a young pass rusher. If we can gain a pick in the top of this draft, and one next year obviously unknown where. Who would u target/trade down with/ lots of options would be at our disposal. Read more…

By Chiefs4life24

Non-exclusive franchise tag

First, the franchise tag is of the non-exclusive variety, according to Pro Football Talk. That means that other teams can offer Houston a contract, which the Chiefs will have a chance to match. If the Chiefs decline to match the offer, they will receive two first round picks as compensation for losing Houston. They could also choose to match it but there are several teams out there, including the Raiders and Jaguars, who have a boatload of cap space and could make matching an offer very difficult for the Chiefs and their salary cap situation. Looking around other Read more…

By Mike Florio

The Chiefs finally did what has been expected for months — they’ve applied the franchise tag to linebacker Justin Houston. And as explained over the weekend (when most of you weren’t devoting non-work time to non-work reading of the Internet), it’s much closer to the start of the process than the end of it. The…
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By Mike Wilkening

The NFL’s reigning sack leader has received the franchise tag. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports the Chiefs have designated outside linebacker Justin Houston their franchise free agent. The 26-year-old Houston has recorded 48.5 sacks in his first four NFL seasons. If Houston has received the non-exclusive tag, he will be tendered a one-year salary offer of…
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