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Old 04-07-2013, 11:30 PM   #345
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Originally Posted by wazu View Post
One note on released Chiefs players - if we draft somebody that the Chiefs also draft, do we at least get to keep them regardless of whether or not the Chiefs do? I don't think it's come up yet, but just thinking. Seems like we should be able to.
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Okay, missed this post. I would like for us to be able to keep players we draft regardless of what team they are on. I think it is a fair way to offset the fact that we don't get to choose the Chiefs free agent signings.
If that's the case, then we should start treating drafted Chiefs (2009-) the same as players drafted from other teams. No free agent losses.

Honestly, I'd prefer to have free agent losses on all sides, but it'll just be a pain to track so I'm fine to no longer lose free agents. It might give us a bit of a net advantage, but probably not much when you consider that we can't use free agency to fill our own gaps.

So henceforth, no free agent losses unless it's a Chief who was on the team prior to 2009.

Oh, wait. Are you thinking about cuts, too, e.g., Eric Winston?
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