RON PARKER RUMORS & GOSSIP
Ron Parker had a strong market this off-season so I’m not surprised that the Chiefs had to give him a 5-year, 25 million dollar deal with 5 million guaranteed to keep him and they did need secondary help. However, that doesn’t mean this wasn’t an overpay. Parker, an undrafted free agent in 2011, played 122 snaps in the first 3 seasons of his career from 2011-2013. He saw a...
For a while there a whole bunch of NFL teams were in the mix and showing interest in hybrid defensive back Ron Parker, but ultimately he decided to stay put.
According to a report by NFL insider Ian Rapoport, the Kansas City Chiefs have locked him up with a new five-year deal:
Safety Ron Parker is headed back to the #Chiefs. He’ll sign a 5-year, $30M deal, source said
Die hard fans may have heard the news by now that Ron Parker, one of the more popular free agent names due to his playing the key position of free safety, did not end up signing with the Chicago Bears as many had hoped.
The @KCChiefs will be getting a KEY piece of their defense back in 2015 (via @RapSheet): http://t.co/B9dmisciof pic.twitter.com/QbCQ7GS79i
— NFL (@nfl) March 14...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) The Kansas City Chiefs are bringing back versatile defensive back Ron Parker on a five-year, $30 million contract, a person familiar with the deal told The Associated Press.
The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the Chiefs have not announced the deal.
Parker's hometown newspaper, The Beaufort Gazette of South Carolina, was first to report Saturday...
Via AP on Fox
March 14, 2015
Terez A. Paylor of the Kansas City Star is hearing that Chiefs free agent DB Ron Parker is asking for roughly $6 million per year in his next contract.
Paylor adds that the Chiefs are continuing their talks with Parker’s representatives.
While I’m sure the Chiefs would like to retain Parker, they are in a tough cap situation and still need to address star outside linebacker...
Kansas City Chiefs safety Ron Parker made one heck of a play to save his team a touchdown against the Buffalo Bills on Sunday. Bills running back Bryce Brown had broken free in the third quarter and looked like he was going to score a sure touchdown. Parker came out of nowhere and swatted the...Read More
ST. JOSEPH, Mo. -- It takes two bridges to get to his boyhood home on St. Helena Island, so Ron Parker is used to circuitous journeys.
"Lots of woods, no street lights, like that," the Kansas City Chiefs cornerback and South Carolina native said Wednesday with a grin.
To fully appreciate the destination, you have to understand the route. Especially the ones that feature more insane...
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Ron Parker’s path to the NFL wasn’t always clear. Growing up in St. Helena Island, a small town in South Carolina, Parker started playing the football when he was 17. Nearly a decade later, after experiencing the highest of highs and lowest of lows, Parker finds himself as the center of attention at Chiefs’ mini camp.
Prior to making his way to Kansas City, the Hunting Island...
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Ron Parker is an unheralded Kansas City Chiefs player that hasn’t got much attention in the offseason.Despite making plays for the Chiefs occasionally throughout the 2013 season. Ron is still somewhat of an afterthought for Chiefs Kingdom.Regardless, Ron Parker can play football. He is 6’0” - 206 lbs. He’s been on the Raiders, Panthers, Seahawks and now, the Chiefs. Parker...