At a Wednesday news conference to introduce new wide receiver Jeremy Maclin (center), Chiefs general manager John Dorsey (left) took a moment Wednesday to praise a pair of veterans, outside linebacker Tamba Hali and defensive end Mike DeVito, for agreeing to restructured deals that will save the team $9.5 million on the cap this season. Head coach Andy Reid is on the right
At a Wednesday news conference to introduce new wide receiver Jeremy Maclin (center), Chiefs general manager John Dorsey (left) took a moment Wednesday to praise a pair of veterans, outside linebacker Tamba Hali and defensive end Mike DeVito, for agreeing to restructured deals that will save the team $9.5 million on the cap this season. Head coach Andy Reid is on the right David Eulitt The Kansas City Star
At a Wednesday news conference to introduce new wide receiver Jeremy Maclin (center), Chiefs general manager John Dorsey (left) took a moment Wednesday to praise a pair of veterans, outside linebacker Tamba Hali and defensive end Mike DeVito, for agreeing to restructured deals that will save the team $9.5 million on the cap this season. Head coach Andy Reid is on the right David Eulitt The Kansas City Star
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Chiefs pleased with ‘selfless’ veterans who took pay cuts to stay in 2015

March 12, 2015 02:00 AM

UPDATED March 12, 2015 02:45 PM

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