According to an National Football League insider for ESPN, the Kansas City Chiefs are expected to trade DB Marcus Peters to the Los Angeles Rams. A couple of times in three seasons with the Chiefs, Peters peeled off the receiver he was covering to make an interception on a pass intended for someone a teammate was covering.
Peters, 25, is a two-time Pro Bowler and a 2016 All-Pro player.
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The Kansas City Chiefs have chose to move on from Marcus Peters. The team also decided not to resign the team's all-time leading tackler Derrick Johnson.
Terms of the deal have not yet been reported.
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Browns General Manager John Dorsey was the G.M.in Kansas City when Peters was drafted in the first round of the 2015 draft.
A report from Around The NFL said the deal can not be completed until the start of the new league year on March 14.
The Rams and Johnson couldn't agree on a long-term deal after he played on the franchise tag for two straight seasons. He is coming off a five-interception season that also saw the former first-round pick suspended for a game.
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Trade contributed 0.4 percentage point to growth in 2017, the first time it's added to the expansion over a full year since 2011. In addition, ONS figures revealed a better-than-expected rise in wages - earnings rose by 2.5% year-on-year, excluding bonuses.
The remaining question is what did the Chiefs get back from the Rams? He should have made the Pro Bowl previous year, but his reputation and on-the-field antics hurt his cause. Peters' salary-cap hit for 2018 will be slightly more than $3 million and, if the Rams pick up the 2019 option as expected, that would cost them approximately $8 million. Elsewhere defensively, moving Peters should allow the Chiefs to keep edge-rushing outside linebacker Justin Houston.