It’s wide receiver day on the free-agent market. With Santonio Holmes and Sidney Rice signed to big-money deals, another lower-profile wideout has made the move to a new team.
A league source tells PFT that Steve Breaston has agreed to terms with the Chiefs on a five-year deal.
The move reunites Breaston with coach Todd Haley, who previously was the offensive coordinator in Arizona. In their last year together, Breaston generated 1,006 receiving yards.
The former Michigan Wolverine joins a receiving corps that features Dwayne Bowe and rookie first-rounder Jonathan Baldwin.
Breaston impressed us and plenty of others in June, with his heartfelt poem regarding the lockout.