Chiefs' free agents make big moves

Published On: Mar 12 2014 02:48:07 AM CDT
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The Kansas City Chiefs didn't make any huge deals to gain new players on the first day of free agency. The Chiefs did however lose a few key players who had a significant impact last season.

The biggest move the Chiefs made was re-signing safety Husain Abdullah and earlier coming to a deal with linebacker Frank Zombo.

Pro Bowl left tackle Branden Albert was the first to agree to a five-year deal with the Miami Dolphins. He was followed by  Chiefs punt returner Dexter McCluster who signed a three-year deal with the Tennessee Titans for $12 million dollars with $4.5 million guaranteed.

The Atlanta Falcons also swiped up two former Kansas City Chiefs. Defensive tackle Tyson Jackson and offensive guard Jon Asamoah signed five-year contracts with Atlanta on Tuesday.

The New York Giants also signed former Chiefs offensive lineman Geoff Schwartz.