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On Saturday the Kansas City Chiefs locked up one of the best offensive tackles in the NFL, but signing former Texans right tackle Eric Winston to a four-year, $22 million deal.
Winston was arguably the most sought after tackle on the market and he’ll be a vital addition to an already strong offensive line in Kansas City.
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Eric Winston will be anchoring the right side of the Kansas City Chief’s offensive line for the next several years. The Chiefs got Winston after the Houston Texans cut ties with the tackle, signing him to a 4-year deal worth $22 million. Winston hasn’t missed a start since his arrival into the league in 2006 [...]
The St. Louis Rams appear out of the Eric Winston sweepstakes.
A source told FOXSports.com that Winston won't be making his free-agent trip Friday to the Rams as originally planned. There are no plans for a rescheduled visit, the source said.
Winston met Thursday and Friday with the Kansas City Chiefs but a signing isn't imminent. Winston began his tour Wednesday by meeting...
When free agency began on Tuesday, there was one player Chiefs fans wanted. His name was Eric Winston. On Saturday afternoon, Kansas City Chiefs GM Scott Pioli delivered what they demanded when he signed the NFL's premier right tackle.
The Kansas City Chiefs signed free agent quarterback Brady Quinn and veteran right tackle Eric Winston.
Quinn, who is expected to back up Matt Cassel, did not play during his time with the AFC West rival Denver Broncos last season.
The former first-round pick of Cleveland, Quinn threw for 10 touchdowns and nine interceptions in over three seasons with the Browns.
The 2011-2012 season brought the Houston Texans their first playoff appearance in franchise history. The Texans’ defense, under leadership of Wade Phillips, adopted a 3-4 scheme. They finished the season as league leaders in total defense. Arian Foster and Ben Tate accompanied the feisty defense with a combined 2,166 rushing yards. The Texans’ great balance proved...
(AP) -- Even though the Chiefs appear to have fallen out of the running for Peyton Manning, it hasn't stopped them from upgrading a sorely lacking offense.
One day after signing bruising running back Peyton Hillis, Kansas City added veteran tight end Kevin Boss, who spent last season with the AFC West rival Oakland Raiders.
Along with the decision to franchise wide receiver...
The Kansas City Chiefs have added former Denver Broncos quarterback Brady Quinn. Once again the Chiefs add a second string quarterback who is probably better than their starter. How many weeks until Kansas City starts clamoring for Quinn to start over Matt Cassel?
Steelers Free Agent Wide Receiver Jerricho Cotchery has a meeting scheduled with the Kansas City Chiefs. The meeting will hold place over Monday and Tuesday of next week. The Chiefs have been big players in free agency this year. They have been upgrading their offense in all aspects. They brought in Free Agent Tackle Eric Winston to sure up the offensive line. They also...
The Kansas City Chiefs had a very interesting year in 2011 to say the least. They were blown out in back-to-back weeks by the Buffalo Bills and Detroit Lions respectively to start the year, but then came back and put up pretty good showings in three straight weeks before the bye.
Right from the get go you almost knew it would be a rough year. The Chiefs lost starting tight end...
Everyone in Houston can now waive a sigh of relief.
After the cap-strapped Houston Texans cut ties with the likes of Eric Winston and Lawrence Vickers and watched Mike Brisiel and Mario Williams sign elsewhere, there was a sense that the team which had finally cracked the playoffs for the first time in franchise history (and won its first game in the postseason) was headed in the...
According to Jason LaCanfora of the NFL Network, the Houston Texans have re-signed center Chris Myers to a four-year deal worth $25 million with $14 million fully guaranteed.
At one point the Texans were worried they might lose Myers in free agency, but in the end they were able to work something out.
The best thing for Myers to do was to stay with the Texans, since he’s a perfect...
Last year we all learned that the Houston Texans were a much better team by design than perhaps some anticipated or even believed. But despite being that well-oiled machine that was a stone’s throw away from the 2011 AFC Conference, a few small issues did stand in the way of their magical advancement; issues that will be addressed in the 2012 NFL Draft.
The two major focal points...