Chiefs set to sign Mike Edwards

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Veteran safety Mike Edwards is headed to the AFC West.

Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that Edwards has agreed to sign with the Chiefs. It is reportedly a one-year deal worth $3 million with incentives that could increase Edwards’ compensation.

Edwards was a 2019 third-round pick of the Buccaneers and won a Super Bowl ring by helping his former team past his new one in Super Bowl LV. He started a career-high 12 games during the 2022 season and finished the year with 82 tackles, two interceptions, an interception return for a touchdown, and one sack.

The Chiefs lost Juan Thornhill as a free agent this week. Justin Reed and Bryan Cook remain on the roster at safety.

6 responses to “Chiefs set to sign Mike Edwards

  1. Dude that got busted using fake vaccine cards with A.B. Good player though.

  2. Is Brett Veach really this much better than the rest of the GMs in the league, or are all the other GMs not even trying?

  3. Ball hawk, he will be missed. If he only got $3M for one year, I wish the Bucs had made a run at him.

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