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A person familiar with the situation tells The Associated Press that the Kansas City Chiefs and cornerback Stanford Routt have agreed to terms on a $19.6 million, three-year deal. The person, speaking on condition of anonymity Monday because the team had not announced the deal, said the agreement includes a $4 million signing bonus and $6 million the first season.
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According to Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.com, free agent cornerback Stanford Routt will soon make his decision on where he’ll play football for the 2012 season and beyond.
Since Monday, Routt visited the Buffalo Bills, Kansas City Chiefs and Cincinnati Bengals.
Florio also mentioned that there’s some speculation that Routt is having a hard time generating enough interest for...
My grades on all the signings this free agency period. Stanford Routt signing grade added.
The NFL's offseason got under way this week with the combine, the opening of the franchise tag window and the first decent contract (Stanford Routt). After last year's lockout, the quick turnaround is a welcomed site in the NFL world, and the league can get back to normalcy. Let's dive into the Two-Minute Drill, which has no offseason. 1. I'll begin my run of 10 mock...
- The Chiefs signed former Raiders cornerback Stanford Routt to a three-year, $19.6 million deal. The arrival of Routt, seen above getting beaten by new and possibly temporary teammate Dwayne Bowe, likely spells the end of Brandon Carr’s tenure in Kansas City. Will that ratchet up Peter King’s dreams of free agency mayhem? Hard to say, but I’m thankful to see even the most...
The Kansas City Chiefs bolstered their secondary on Monday, signing free agent cornerback Stanford Routt.
On Sunday morning, we reported that former Raiders cornerback Stanford Routt will soon be picking his next team. We now expect that decision to be finalized and formalized today. Routt has visited the Bills, Chiefs, and Bengals since being released by the Raiders, who made the move to avoid fully guaranteeing his $5 million base…
Chiefs general manager Scott Pioli said the signing of Stanford Routt doesn't impact the team's desire to bring back Brandon Carr.