Kansas City won the AFC West last season with a 10-6 record but were bounced in the Wild Card Round of the playoffs by the Tennessee Titans.
The Chiefs and free agent wide receiver Sammy Watkins agreed to a three-year contract, according to multiple reports. ESPN's Josina Anderson reported that the deal was worth three years and $42 million.
Watkins was considered one of the premier talents on the market.
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This past season, he caught 44 passes for 703 yards and six touchdowns, ranking ninth in the National Football League with an average of 16 yards per reception.
His best season came in 2015 for the Buffalo Bills, who drafted him with the fourth overall pick in 2014, when he caught 60 passes for 1,047 yards and nine touchdowns.
It would help matters if he stayed healthy. Kansas City also found a gem in running back Kareem Hunt, who's looking to build on a superb rookie season. Likewise cornerback Marcus Peters, sent to the Rams earlier via trade as well. During his first season in Kansas City, the Chiefs signed Dwayne Bowe to a big deal, enabling them to use the franchise tag on Branden Albert at the last minute.
With the addition of Watkins, the Chiefs have now given second-year quarterback Patrick Mahomes a handful of unsafe weapons to work with.