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Chiefs want to extend safety Daniel Sorensen

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The Chiefs put a second-round tender on safety Daniel Sorensen, which effectively took him off the market.

But they apparently want to keep him for longer than one year.

According to Mike Garafolo of the NFL Network, the Chiefs want to “bang out” an extension for Sorensen soon. (And #bangout will go into our free agent hashtag Hall of Fame¬†with “asexpected and #barringalatesnag”.)

Sorensen’s a valuable part of their defense and special teams, playing as a third safety and a hybrid linebacker. And a longer deal would provide the former undrafted rookie some security beyond the $2.746 million he was set to make this year.

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2 Responses to “Chiefs want to extend safety Daniel Sorensen”
  1. kcflake says: Mar 10, 2017 5:37 PM

    Dirty Dan made a lot of plays last year. He has developed into a solid contributor for my Chiefs.

  2. redripper says: Mar 10, 2017 6:16 PM

    Really hope this deal gets done. This guy has quietly become a very good player and even though he’s not a big name it’s so important to keep you’re own core players.

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