Last season, the Chiefs took a gamble on free-agent cornerback Stanford Routt that lasted only seven games. This season, it appears they are dipping back into the free agent well to find a defensive back.
According to a report by NFL.com, the Chiefs and Dunta Robinson have reached a three-year deal. Robinson, who has spent time with both the Texans and Falcons, was released by Atlanta earlier this month just three years into a six-year 57 million deal.
Robinson, the 10th overall pick in the 2004 draft by Houston, is a versatile defensive back who adds depth to a secondary unit that includes Brandon Flowers, Javier Arenas, Eric Berry and Kendrick Lewis. During his nine-year career, Robinson has 17 interceptions and 490 tackles, starting in 126 of the 131 games in which he played.
The addition of Robinson is just one of many moves the Chiefs have made this offseason. Since Andy Reid took the job in KC, the Chiefs have agreed to trade for quarterback Alex Smith, tagged left tackle ...