Sammy Watkins reportedly joins Chiefs for 3 years, $48 million

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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.

According to, the Chiefs plan to sign Hitchens, formerly of the Dallas Cowboys, to a deal worth $9 million per season.

Mahomes will be at the helm of a potent offense that now includes Watkins, Tyreek Hill, Kareem Hunt and Travis Kelce.

Both franchises are looking to upgrade their roster in free agency, and they're competing head-to-head for arguably the two top receivers on the open market.

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It's been an offseason of overhaul for the Chiefs.

Watkins was drafted by the Buffalo Bills as the No. 4 overall pick in the 2014 NFL Draft.

Watkins most recently played for the Los Angeles Rams for one season.

Watkins averaged 8.1 FanDuel points across 15 games last season, with 39 catches (70 targets) for 593 yards and 8 touchdowns.

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Hitchens, who The Kansas City Star reported will make about $9 million per season, would fill Johnson's spot alongside Reggie Ragland in the middle of the defense.

Kansas City intends to turn its starting quarterback job over to Patrick Mahomes II, whom former general manager John Dorsey traded up to select 10th overall past year.

Final terms of the #Chiefs expected deal for WR Sammy Watkins: 3 years, $48M with $30M fully guaranteed at signing, sources say.

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