Chiefs projected $65 million star predicted to land with Eagles

Chiefs projected $65 million star predicted to land with Eagles

The brutal truth of the offseason draws closer as the Kansas City Chiefs win back-to-back Super Bowls and the confetti falls.

Whether the Chiefs can afford to keep cornerback L’Jarius Sneed is one of the hardest decisions the team must make.

Sneed is anticipated to sign a four-year, $65 million contract this offseason, per'Jarius Sneed

Right now, it doesn’t seem like the Chiefs will be able to retain Sneed and standout defensive tackle Chris Jones.

“Re-signing free agents Chris Jones and L’Jarius Sneed seems ambitious,

so Kansas City should prioritize one and go from there,

” said ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler.

Let’s start with Jones since he is the foundation of the entire pass rush.

Sneed won’t struggle in free agency after leading the Chiefs in interceptions and passes defensed this season.

NFL analyst Matt Bowen believes Sneed will sign with Travis Kelce’s brother’s team,

the Philadelphia Eagles, if Kansas City gives Jones priority.

According to Bowen, “Upgrading the cornerback position is an offseason priority in Philadelphia.

” “The Eagles acquire one of the best veteran free agents in Sneed, who can contribute to the team’s success in Vic Fangio’s system and excels at covering.”

Sneed might be able to stay in Kansas City if he can sign with the Eagles,

who are also a Super Bowl candidate.With 19 unrestricted free agents still pending,

the Chiefs have $22.6 million in salary space,

according General manager of the Chiefs Brett Veach cannot afford to keep every player,

even with the anticipated increase in the league cap.

The 2020 NFL draft pick selected by the Chiefs in the fourth round has lived in Kansas City his entire lifetime.

Even if the two-time Super Bowl champion would prefer to continue,

Sneed is aware that this is a commercial venture.

This is Sneed’s best opportunity to get the bag at age 27.

When the Louisiana Tech alum spoke with Kay Adams on “Up & Adams” on February 15,

she asked him what he would like to tell Veach before he hits free agency.

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