Immediately after it was reported that Peters would in fact land with the Rams, other reports suggested that the Cleveland Browns and San Francisco 49ers were also in on acquiring the All-Pro corner from Kansas City.
That game wrapped up a four-game losing streak for the Chiefs.
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Graham had suffered from symptoms of Parkinson's disease and had been losing strength, hearing and eyesight, DeMoss said. Tributes to Graham poured in from major leaders, with President Donald Trump tweeting: "The GREAT Billy Graham is dead".
Clark Hunt remains the only owner to openly state he'd have "no hesitation" about signing Colin Kaepernick, so jettisoning Peters for his anthem protests wouldn't match up with the team's confirmed statements on the subject. Now, it appears he has been traded.
Peters play-making ability is game-changing, one the Rams hope will move them to a second straight division title. Peters is a solid player, and losing him on defense is going to hurt Kansas City, who is already going into next season with a relatively unknown at quarterback in Patrick Mahomes II.
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The Chiefs' move of Marcus Peters coupled with their earlier trade of Alex Smith makes the Broncos' pursuit of Kirk Cousins all the more important. Fuller, coming off a career year in which he nabbed four interceptions and ten pass deflections, will likely be asked to relinquish his duties as slot cornerback, in order to assume a role on the outside.
The Rams are already without a second-round after their trade for Sammy Watkins a year ago.
Just like the Smith trade, the deal between the Chiefs and the Rams can not become official until the new league year begins March 14.
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Henry Bernstein, a professor of Pediatrics at Cohen Children's Medical Center in NY . It also might provide lifetime protection, eliminating the need for the annual shot.