KC Chiefs quiet on first day of NFL free agency

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) – The cash-strapped Kansas City Chiefs were quiet on the
first day of NFL free agency, with their biggest move Wednesday a restructuring
of defensive end Frank Clark’s contract in an effort to alleviate some of their
financial misery. Similar moves could be made in the coming days, potentially
for wide receiver Sammy Watkins and offensive lineman Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, as
the Super Bowl champions try to free up the resources to bolster their defense
in free agency. The only deal the Chiefs have reached in free agency so far is a
two-year contract with backup quarterback Chad Henne.

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