Cornerback Dunta Robinson, who was cut by the Atlanta Falcons last week, reached agreement with the Kansas City Chiefs on a three-year deal, multiple media outlets reported Friday.
Robinson, 30, was released by the Falcons three years into the six-year, $57 million deal he signed in 2010.
Cutting him slashed $9 million off the Falcons' books.
He started 46 of a possible 48 games for the Falcons. He played in 16 regular-season games, including 15 starts, this past season. Robinson also started both playoff games.