Chiefs Rumors are circulating as we are about 2 weeks into NFL Free Agency. Patrick Mahomes is eligible for a contract extension since he’s 3 years into his career. Will the Chiefs extend him this offseason or next offseason? How much money will it cost? Chiefs Report host Harrison Graham answers questions on today’s Chiefs Rumors Mailbag.
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Chiefs fans can’t let go of the idea of bringing back RB Kareem Hunt in free agency. The Browns placed a 2nd round tender on Hunt which means any team that signs him will have to give up a Round 2 draft pick. Hunt was released by the Chiefs in 2018 after a domestic incident.
The 2020 NFL Draft is less than a month away and everyone wants to know what the Chiefs’ draft plans are. Could they target Patrick Queen in Round 1? Kansas City would likely have to trade up for Queen. Laviska Shenault might fall to pick #32 if the Chiefs want to draft a WR. Could Bryce Hall be an option in Round 2?
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Today’s Chiefs Rumors & News Mailbag:
- Draft Patrick Queen & Bryce Hall?
- Target Laviska Shenault?
- Chiefs Trade Rumors
- Mahomes Contract Extension?
- Jordan Ta’amu
- Bring back Kareem Hunt?
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