Chiefs Star Delivers 2-Word Message to GM Ahead of Free Agency

Chiefs Star Delivers 2-Word Message to GM Ahead of Free Agency

The Kansas City Chiefs‘ season came to a triumphant close after winning back-to-back Super Bowls. And now, Chiefs general manager Brett Veach has some tough decisions to make.

 

 

L’Jarius Sneed, who led the team in interceptions and passes defensed this season, becomes an unrestricted free agent in March.

 

 

 

 

According to Spotrac.com, Sneed is expected to earn a four-year, $65 million contract this offseason. Speaking to Kay Adams on “Up & Adams” on February 15, the superstar cornerback was asked what he’d like to tell Veach ahead of free agency. The 27-year-old kept his message brief. “Pay me,” Sneed said.

“Pay me, pay me. That’s what I’ve got to say. Pay me.” After winning two Super Bowls with the Chiefs, Sneed would love to stay in Kansas City. But the Louisiana Tech alum also knows his worth.

 

 

Adams asked if he’d join the Chiefs in their hunt for an unprecedented three-peat. “I hope so,” Sneed said. “I hope I’m here. But you never know how it goes. And I hope I’m here.

 

 

Chiefs Star Delivers 2-Word Message to GM Ahead of Free Agency

 

 

I’m just planning on just doing what I do, play ball, and wherever I’m at, I’m gonna do my best.” Including Sneed, the Chiefs have 19 pending unrestricted free agents. According to Spotrac.com, Kansas City ranks 17th in the NFL with $22.6 million in cap space. Even with the expected league-wide cap raise, Veach can’t afford to keep everyone.

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