The Kansas City Chiefs continue to rebuild a team that finished with the worst record in the league at 2-14.
Dunta Robinson, released recently by the Atlanta Falcons, agreed to a three-year deal with the Chiefs Friday night.
is the latest acquisition for the Chiefs as they retool themselves under the guidance of Andy Reid and John Dorsey. Multiple outlets reported the deal, including Adam Schefter of ESPN.
The Chiefs were able to grab Robinson before the free agency period begins because Robinson was a cap cut last week.
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