As the days were being ripped off the calendar in the NFL’s march towards free agency, the Chiefs were busy trying to change public perception of the team being cheap.NOTES, QUOTES—Signing former Raiders cornerback Stanford Routt to a three-year, $19.6 million contract gave the Chiefs an early score in the offseason battle for free agents. Released in a salary-cap move by the Raiders, Routt received interest from seven different teams, visited three clubs and eventually had two teams in heavy bidding for him – Minnesota and the Chiefs. “Kansas City seemed like the right fit,” Routt said.Brandon Carr. The four-year veteran is about to become an unrestricted free agent and should draw heavy interest in the open market. General manager Scott Pioli said the team still hopes to sign Carr, although that would commit a significant amount of the team’s salary cap space to one position.—The Chiefs added a tight end to their roster in February, but he comes from within the team. Tackle Steve Maneri played tight end at Temple during his college days, but was moved to tackle when he signed with the NFL in 2010. Now, the Chiefs have issued him No. 87 and he’s working on… Read full this story
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