From the waiver wire to a sought-after free agent, Chris Chambers re-built his career in the span of nine games last season in Kansas City.
The Chiefs made it a priority to keep him, handing Chambers a three-year deal worth up to $15 million, including $5.9 million in guaranteed money, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
Chambers led the Chiefs with 608 receiving yards last season despite playing only 11 games with the team.
It’s a heavy investment for a 32-year-old receiver, and the Chiefs still need some players to develop at the position. But Chambers’ return allows for some stability for the team’s dreadful passing game.
We also think the move gives the team greater flexibility should they ever decide they’ve had enough of Dwayne Bowe.