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Life is good when you’re an effective placekicker, playing on a team with a stagnant offense that rarely finds the end zone.
Life is even better when you’re paid quite handsomely for your results.
Per ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Chiefs signed kicker Ryan Succop to a five-year, $14 million extension Friday.
The deal, which runs through 2016, includes a $2 million signing bonus and $2 million in guaranteed salary for next season.
The value of the new pact could reach as high as $14.675 million if additional incentives are met.
Succop was drafted in 2009 by Kansas City and has connected on 69-of-84 career field goals. This season, he’s made 24-of-29 tries, with a long of 54-yards.
Now financially set — both in life and the NFL — Succop, formerly known as Mr. Irrelevant, figures to remain in K.C. for the long term.
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A person familiar with the deal says the Kansas City Chiefs have signed kicker Ryan Succop to a $14 million, five-year contract extension.
ESPN.com, citing anonymous sources, first reported the deal.
The contract includes a $2 million signing bonus, according to a person who spoke on condition of anonymity to The Associated Press late Friday because an official announcement had...
The Kansas City Chiefs have signed linebacker Brandon Siler to a one-year contract extension after he missed all of this season because of a torn Achilles tendon.
Siler's agent, David Canter, confirmed the deal Saturday in a text to The Associated Press.
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Attorneys for Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Kyle Orton have
filed a lawsuit claiming bad advice from his former lawyers cost him and and
others millions of dollars related to energy investments.
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CHICAGO—Attorneys for Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Kyle Orton have filed a lawsuit claiming bad advice from his former lawyers cost him and and others millions of dollars related to
The Kansas City Chiefs signed linebacker Brandon Siler to a one-year contract extension.
Siler missed the entire season after suffering a torn Achilles' tendon.
A seventh-round draft pick in 2007, he spent his first four seasons with the San Diego Chargers, notching career highs of 67 tackles and two sacks in 2009-10.
CHICAGO (AP) -- Attorneys for Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Kyle Orton have filed a lawsuit claiming bad advice from his former lawyers cost him and and others millions of dollars related to energy investments.
The Kansas City Chiefs put running back Jackie Battle on injured reserve and signed running back Shaun Draughn to the active roster before their season finale against Denver.
The Kansas City Chiefs signed linebacker Brandon Siler to a one-year contract extension after he missed all of this season because of a torn Achilles tendon.
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