Chiefs agree to terms with Tedric Thompson

Getty Images

The Chiefs have agreed to terms with safety Tedric Thompson, Terez Paylor of reports.

Seattle released Thompson in March to save his $2.1 million base salary.

The Seahawks made Thompson a fourth-round choice in 2017. He played 29 games with 16 starts in his three seasons in Seattle.

But Thompson missed 19 games, including 10 last season.

He ended up with 19 tackles, two picks and two interceptions in 2019.

5 responses to “Chiefs agree to terms with Tedric Thompson

  1. Tedric was worse than average in Seattle. He literally cost the Seahawks two games single handedly in his short career. The talent is there… maybe he can finally put it together in K.C.

  2. 4th round pick with a 2.1 million base salary while still on his rookie contract?

  3. He had an amazing int last year to seal a win against the Rams. But man…I have never seen someone so frequently out of position in coverage.

    Here’s to hoping the new start does him well in KC!

  4. Thompson’s an enigma. Mostly decent, but when he screws up, he screws up big.

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to leave a comment. Not a member? Register now!

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.