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Former Raiders tight end Kevin Boss joining Chiefs

 

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) Tight end Kevin Boss has agreed on a three-year contract with the Kansas City Chiefs. Boss, who signed as a free agent with Oakland last season after spending his first four seasons with the New York Giants, will get $9 million from the Chiefs. He also will get $2 million that was guaranteed by the Raiders for 2012 before they cut him earlier this week. Boss made 28 catches for a 13.1-yard average and three touchdowns with Oakland. He had 18 touchdowns in four seasons in New York. Kansas City's starting tight end, Tony Moeaki, missed all of last season with a left knee injury.

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15 Mar 2012 by RISEABOVEHATE

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Kansas City Chiefs Avoid Overspending In First 24 Hours Of NFL Free Agency

All the while, the Chiefs have remained largely silent. It's frustrating to watch your favorite team appear to do nothing while everyone else is grabbing the goods. It feels akin to a buying panic when a bird flu is announced and customers run to clear store shelves of batteries and bottled water. Not every contract is bad, mind you, but plenty of them remain questionable at first glance. Consider the Chiefs first move of the offseason, before free agency ever started. The Chiefs were the winners of the Stanford Routt tour (which was slightly less covered than the Peyton Manning tour) and signed the former Raiders corner for three years and $18 million. Fast forward to the free agency frenzy where Cortland Finnegan, the other top corner on the market next to Brandon Carr, earns a five-year deal worth $50 million across the state with the St. Louis Rams. That's quite a difference. Is Carr worth that much more than Routt? Was that some foresight on the part of the Chiefs front office? Depends on who is telling the story at this point.

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14 Mar 2012 by RISEABOVEHATE

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Cowboys sign Brandon Carr for five years, $50.1 million

ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that the Cowboys have signed cornerback Brandon Carr to a five-year, $50.1 million contract. The contract is worth $100,000 more than Cortland Finnegan’s reported deal with St. Louis. Just moments after longtime Cowboys reporter Charean Williams wrote on Twitter that Carr was “close” to signing with Dallas, Schefter broke the news that the contract has been finalized.

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14 Mar 2012 by RISEABOVEHATE

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Cowboys strike three-year deal with Kyle Orton

ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that the Cowboys have struck a three-year agreement with quarterback Kyle Orton. Along with free agent cornerback Brandon Carr, Orton was visiting Cowboys headquarters as of Tuesday. Carr is expected to sign with the team eventually. The Orton deal is done. Orton replaces Jon Kitna as Tony Romo’s primary clipboard holder.

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14 Mar 2012 by RISEABOVEHATE

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Eric Winston to visit Chiefs on Thursday

Florio reported Tuesday that free agent tackle Eric Winston drew immediate interest from the Chiefs, Dolphins, and Rams following his surprising release by the Texans. Winston visited the Miami Dolphins on Wednesday. Per FOX Sports’ Alex Marvez, Winston will follow that up with a Thursday visit to Kansas City.

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14 Mar 2012 by RISEABOVEHATE

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Chiefs announce the addition of Peyton Hillis

The Kansas City Chiefs announced Wednesday that they have signed running back Peyton Hillis, formerly of the Browns. Hillis has a coaching staff connection in K.C. New Chiefs offensive coordinator Brian Daboll ran the offense in Cleveland during Hillis’ breakout 2010 season. Hillis’ 2011 campaign was marred by injuries and a distracting contract situation, but he’s only 26 years old and one of the top power runners in football when healthy.

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14 Mar 2012 by RISEABOVEHATE

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Le’Ron McClain chooses the Chargers

At about the same time the Chiefs were adding running back Peyton Hillis, Chiefs running back Le’Ron McClain was making plans to stay in the division. McClain has agreed to terms with the Chargers on a three-year deal, a league source tells PFT. McClain spent one season in Kansas City after four in Baltimore. Primarily a fullback, McClain rushed for 902 yards in 2008, his second NFL season.

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14 Mar 2012 by RISEABOVEHATE

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Kevin Boss meeting with the Chiefs on Thursday

Adam Caplan of Sirius NFL Radio reports that the Chiefs will host free agent tight end Kevin Boss at their club headquarters on Thursday. The Chiefs wanted John Carlson earlier in the day, but they weren’t going to match the Vikings’ $25 million offer for a player who didn’t even play a snap in 2011.

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14 Mar 2012 by RISEABOVEHATE

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