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Everything you need to know about changes to the Chiefs roster in one place"WhiteSeries Stagner ThingsLottery Tickets ’19Summer of SpagsMailbagFanposts Fanshots Community Community GuidelinesContactAbout StubHub ✕NFL Free AgencyChiefs free agency 2019NFL Free Agency: complete picture of Chiefs signings , trades, cuts, and unsigned playersNew,177commentsEverything you need to know about changes to the Chiefs roster in one placeCDTShareTweetShareShareNFL Free Agency: complete picture of Chiefs signings, trades, cuts, and unsigned playersIsaiah J. Downing-USA TODAY SportsIt got a little crazy for the Kansas City Chiefs — and the rest of the NFL — through most of March.So let’s take stock of where Chiefs stand at this point.We’ll update this as additional moves are made.Ch-ch-ch-changesFree agents lost by the ChiefsUnrestricted free agents are players whose contracts were allowed to expire at the end of the league year.UFAs are free to negotiate a contract with any other team, or they could be resigned by team for which they played in the previous year.Only unrestricted free agents are counted in the calculations for compensatory draft picks in the following season.Center Mitch Morse — signed by Buffalo BillsCornerback Steven Nelson — signed by Pittsburgh SteelersTight end Demetrius Harris — signed by Cleveland BrownsWide receiver Chris Conley — signed by Jacksonville JaguarsOffensive lineman Jordan Devey — signed by Oakland RaidersFree agents signed by the ChiefsSafety Tyrann Mathieu — signed from Houston Texans;three years, $42 millionDefensive end Alex Okafor — signed from New Orleans Saints; three years, $18 millionLinebacker Damien Wilson — signed from Dallas Cowboys;$2,875,000Cornerback Bashaud Breeland — signed from Green Bay Packers; one year, up to $5 millionTight end Blake Bell — signed from Jacksonville Jaguars; one-year , $805,000 Linebacker Jeremiah (Jerry) Attaochu — signed from New York Jets, $805,000Free agents resigned by the ChiefsFullback Anthony Sherman — one-year contract, $635K guaranteed, up to $930KKicker Harrison Butker (ERFA tender signed April 15)Defensive tackle Justin Hamilton (ERFA tender signed April 15)Wide receiver Marcus Kemp (ERFA tender signed April 2)Safety Jordan Lucas (RFA tender signed April 15)AAF players signed by the ChiefsCornerback Keith Reaser — signed from Orlando ApollosCurrent Chiefs free agentsLinebacker Terrance Smith (RFA)Tight end Alex Ellis (ERFA)Defensive tackle Allen BaileyRunning back Spencer WareCornerback Orlando ScandrickWide receiver De’Anthony ThomasGuard Jeff AllenLinebacker Frank ZomboRunning back Charcandrick WestWide receiver Kelvin BenjaminChiefs players releasedThese Chiefs players were released from their contracts before the end of the league year, and will not count in the calculation for compensatory draft picks in 2020.Running back Kareem Hunt — signed by Cleveland BrownsSafety Ron Parker — unsigned by another teamLinebacker Justin Houston — signed by Indianapolis ColtsSafety Eric Berry — unsigned by another teamChiefs reserve/future players releasedOffensive lineman Dillon Gordon — unsigned by another teamDefensive back Step Durham — unsigned by another teamReleased players signed by the ChiefsThese players were released from their contracts with other teams before being signed by the Chiefs, and will not count in the calculation for compensatory draft picks in 2020.Defensive back Dontae Johnson — formerly with Buffalo Bills; $805,000Safety Harold Jones-Quartey — formerly with Philadelphia Eagles; $645,000Quarterback EJ Manuel — formerly with Oakland Raiders; $805,000Wide receiver Sammie Coates — formerly with Houston Texans; $805,000Running back Carlos Hyde — formerly with Jacksonville Jaguars; one year, $2.8 millionTradesTraded players also do not count in the calculation for compensatory draft picks.Linebacker Dee Ford — traded to San Francisco 49ers; 2020 2nd round pickSafety Eric Murray — traded to Cleveland Browns for defensive end Emmanuel Ogbah2019 pick 29 and 2020 second round pick — traded to Seattle Seahawks for Frank ClarkWhat’s in the cupboardSalary Cap SpacePer , the Chiefs have $22,917,256 in cap space.This figure does not include the new contract that has been negotiated for defensive end Frank Clark, which was reported to be for five years and $105 million.Even though he’s been released from the team, this figure represents the cap space with Eric Berry’s contract still active. His contract will stay on the books until June 2. When it is removed, he Chiefs will have an additional $9.55 million in cap space. Next season, $8 million in dead money from Berry’s contract will count against the salary cap.Reserve/Future players signed by the Chiefs in 2019According to and, these players have been signed to Reserve/Future contracts with the Chiefs.Defensive tackle Cavon WalkerLinebacker Martrell SpaightQuarterback Chase LittonDefensive back D’Montre WadeTight end David WellsDefensive tackle Joey IvieWide receiver Josh CrockettTackle Pace MurphyLinebacker Raymond DavisonLinebacker Robert McCrayTackle Ryan HunterDefensive tackleHenry MondeauxFullback Aaron RipkowskiOffensive lineman Justin SeniorWide receiver Davon GraysonSafety Leon McQuay2019 draft picksRound two, pick 29 (61)Round two, pick 31 (63) (from Rams)Round three, pick 21 (84)Round five, pick 29 (168)Round six, pick 29 (203)Round six , pick 42 (216) (compensatory)Round seven, pick 2 (218) (from 49ers)2020 draft picksRound one Round two Round fourRound fiveRound six The NFL has another game in Mexico on the books this season, but the future of that market could be in question.According to a report from the Spanish website (thanks Google Translate), future NFL games and Formula 1 racing could be in doubt in the country as the government cuts back on subsidies for hosting sporting events.“The decision does not depend on us, we will not have resources for that game of football,” tourism official Miguel Torruco said. “It would be good if [the event] stayed, but it is a reality that we do not have a budget for the following year.”The decision won’t affect plans for this year’s Chargers-Chiefs game in Mexico City in Week 11.After last year’s game between the Chiefs and Rams was pulled because of field concerns, the NFL reiterated its intent to host games there through 2021, which would apparently require some degree of corporate sponsorship or some other funding to pick up the slack.

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