Chiefs to Sign Tyrann Mathieu

The Kansas City Chiefs are in the final stages of signing free agent safety Tyrann Mathieu, a source tells Yahoo’s Terez Paylor.

According to Adam Schefter, the hefty contract, when completed, would pay Mathieu a whopping $42 million over the course of three seasons, shattering the one-year, $7 million contract he signed with the Houston Texans last offseason.

If the terms of Mathieu’s new contract are true, the average annual value of $14 million would double his previous contract and match that of Landon Collins, who latched on with the Redskins today.

After spending his first five seasons with the Arizona Cardinals (including a 2015 campaign that earned him Pro Bowl and First Team All-Pro honors), Mathieu latched on with the Texans for the 2018 season and had perfect attendance, starting all 16 of the team’s games. He intercepted two passes while defending eight more. He also recovered a fumble, made three sacks, and took part in 89 tackles.

With the Chiefs having been linked to several big-name safeties for a while now, it is a relief for the team and the fan base to finally have their guy in Mathieu.

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