Chiefs Have Half Of Draft Class Already Signed

The signing season started early in the NFL and just a week after the first round of the 2014 Draft there are already 48 selections that have signed or agreed to terms.

One of those was Chiefs third-round pick cornerback Phillip Gaines of Rice University. He signed a four-year contract; financial terms were not released.

That leaves three of the six draft choices without deals: first-round outside linebacker Dee Ford, fourth-round running back De’Anthony Thomas and fifth-round quarterback Aaron Murray.

On Thursday, Oakland became the second team to sign a first-round selection, getting linebacker Khalil Mack’s signature on the four-year contract.

2 Responses to “Chiefs Have Half Of Draft Class Already Signed”

  • May 16, 2014  - BigJimInWisconsin says:

    As I understand it, the Bears have all their picks signed.

    Go CHIEFS!

  • May 16, 2014  - el cid says:

    Still a great sign, these kids will have a leg up over any who want to hold out for that “better” deal. Slotting draftees take a huge amount of agent\player and team debate and wasting of time.

    Good for the Chiefs, get them up to speed.

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