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Chris Chambers

Chris Chambers

Bio
Height/Weight: 5' 11"/210 lbs
Born: Cleveland, Ohio
College: Wisconsin
Draft: 2001 2nd round (21st pick) by the
  • Arrowhead Pride

    What we learned about the Chiefs this week

    After spending nine seasons (and making three Pro Bowls) with the Los Angeles Chargers, Ingram had signed a one-year, $4 million contract with the Steelers that paid him the minimum NFL salary ($1.1 million) plus a signing bonus of $2.9 million spread across 2021 and four void years from 2022 through 2025. Despite the fact that the Chiefs were widely considered to have done a spectacular job in the draft, an ESPN poll of its writers and beat reporters on Monday dropped Kansas City one spot below...

  • Sports Illustrated Kansas City Chiefs News, Analysis and More

    Kansas City Chiefs Receive Perfect Mark in PFF's 2021 NFL Draft Regrade

    As the Kansas City Chiefs' 2022 NFL Draft class begins to settle into its new role in the professional football world, many are still looking back at general manager Brett Veach's 2021 haul in awe. The Chiefs didn't have a first-round pick last year, as they sent their own (and a few other picks) to the Baltimore Ravens in exchange for left tackle Orlando Brown Jr. Kansas City, tasked with finding value and win-now talent all in the same weekend, ended up taking six players overall.

  • Arrowhead Pride

    Arrowheadlines: Position battles loom on defense as rookies stake their claims

    One of the reasons that their cap space is in such a good spot is because they’re not paying out a ton of dead money to players who are no longer on the team. For instance, Kansas City stopped paying for the contract handed out to Eric Berry just last season. The Chiefs actually rank seventh in the NFL with just over $7.9 million in dead cap space according to Over The Cap.