Spending is trending is Kansas City, where the Chiefs continued their overhaul by agreeing to terms with tight end Anthony Fasano and quarterback Chase Daniel.
Fasano, a free agent who had 41 receptions last season with the Dolphins, would play behind receiving tight end Tony Moeaki.
Moeaki is a better athlete than Fasano, 28, but has durability concerns.
Daniel would slide in at No. 2 on the depth chart behind Alex Smith, whose trade from the San Francisco 49ers became official Tuesday at 4 p.m.
Daniel, 26, spent four seasons with the New Orleans Saints but attempted only nine passes playing behind Drew Brees.
The Chiefs also finalized a long-term agreement with free agent defensive tackle Mike DeVito for three years, $12.66 million. DeVito played for new Chiefs' defensive coordinator Bob Sutton in New York.