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By Josh Alper

The Chiefs assured that safety Eric Berry would stay off the open market by signing him to a six-year extension on Tuesday that will make Berry the highest-paid safety in the league and allow them to avoid doing the franchise tag dance for the second year in a row. It appears they will also avoid…
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By Josh Alper

Word early on Tuesday afternoon was that the Chiefs and safety Eric Berry were finalizing an agreement on a contract extension and the deal became official a few hours later. The Chiefs announced the deal, which comes a day ahead of the deadline to use the franchise tag. Berry played out last season under the…
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By Mike Florio

It’s the end of an era, in both Minnesota (possibly) and Kansas City (most likely). On the same day the the Vikings announced the team won’t pick up the 2017 option on running back Adrian Peterson’s contract, the Chiefs terminated the contract of running back Jamaal Charles. The official statement contains plenty of high praise…
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By Zac Jackson

Running backs Adrian Peterson and Jamaal Charles are headed for free agency, and both have been placed in the PFT Hot 100 Free Agents list. Despite their name recognition, both were placed on the bottom quarter of the list. Peterson comes in at No. 78, and Charles is currently at No. 81. Besides age, two…
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By Michael David Smith

One of the great players in Chiefs history is on the way out in Kansas City. The Chiefs have decided to release running back Jamaal Charles, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Charles has had an outstanding career in Kansas City: His average of 5.5 yards per carry is the best of any running back in…
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By Josh Alper

Safety Eric Berry said that he wouldn’t play out another season on the franchise tag, but it looks like he’ll avoid having to go through with that this season. Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that Berry and the Chiefs are putting the finishing touches on a long-term deal that will keep the franchise tag…
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By Chiefs4life24

Eric Berry, Chiefs finalizing six-year, $78 million deal

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Eric Berry was adamant about not playing under the franchise tag again next season, and the Chiefs made sure Tuesday he will start the 2017 season with a new contract in his back pocket

Kansas City is finalizing a six-year, $78 million deal with Berry, making him the highest-paid safety in the NFL, a source informed of the situation told NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport.
Berry had a stellar season playing under the franchise tag in 2016, posting 77 tackles and four interceptions — including two returned for Read more…

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