ESPN, NFL report Chiefs to trade Peters to Rams

Kansas City Chiefs cornerback Marcus Peters is reportedly heading to the Rams in a trade

Kansas City Chiefs cornerback Marcus Peters is reportedly heading to the Rams in a trade. More

Details of the trade have not been reported.

Johnson had his best season in 2015, when he intercepted seven passes, but his game has slipped a bit the past two seasons. The trade is expected to involve draft pick compensation for the Chiefs, but not any players.

President Trump Outlines School Safety Plan, Concealed Weapons for Teachers
Some of the meeting participants indicated support. "Nobody's going to be shooting bullets in the other direction". He's also open to banning controversial " bump stocks ", which can turn a semi-automatic into an automatic weapon.

Peters has drawn the ire of some fans for refusing to stand for the national anthem, even though he has never explained why he is protesting.

Peters will count $1.74 million toward the salary cap this season, the final year of his rookie deal, and the Rams will have until May 3 to decide whether to pick up his fifth-year option. He's been involved in shouting matches with assistant coaches on the sideline, freakish and sometimes divisive locker room antics, and was even suspended for a game last season after tossing an officials' penalty flag into the stands. Now, it appears he has been traded. He is also the first player since Ed Reed with five interceptions in each of his first three seasons-19 in total over that span.

Michy Batshuayi hits back at racist fans
The Belgium International will make return to Chelsea at the end of the season, when his loan deal at BVB will expire. The striker has settled in brilliantly in Dortmund, enjoying a fine run of form since joining on loan from Chelsea.

Specifically, Ballard previously scouted and performed pre-draft evaluations on the controversial cornerback while serving as the Kansas City Chiefs Director of Football Operations-ultimately convincing the Chiefs top brass that Peters was a worthy first round selection in 2015. The Chiefs did so by trading for Kendall Fuller and signing free agent David Amerson, but with Peters gone, aren't the Chiefs in the same place they were in 2017?

Earlier this week there were reports that the Chiefs were looking to trade Peters but would need a haul in return.

Russian Federation strengthened the grouping in Syria with the latest Su-57
The fifth-generation Russian fighter jets, which are still in combat testing phase, also are known as the T-50 or PAK-FA. The conflict has already been used to demonstrate the prowess of Russian cruise missiles and combat helicopters.

Kansas City does not have a first-round pick in this year's draft. The NFL league year doesn't start until March 14, so the deal will not be official until then, but for all intents is purposes, it's done.

Latest News