First Odell Beckham was shipped from the Giants to the Browns and then, in a move that would have really rocked the boat but sort of slid under the radar, the Chiefs shipped pass rusher Dee Ford to the 49ers for a 2020 second-round pick.
When this deal becomes official - which can not occur until after 3 p.m. CT Wednesday at the earliest - Ford's contract is expected to be for five years and $87.5 million, according to ESPN's Josina Anderson.
The 49ers will reportedly trade a 2020 second-round pick to the Chiefs in exchange for Ford.
During his five seasons in Kansas City, Ford was an outside linebacker in a 3-4 defensive scheme.
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Unfortunately, one of the tough things about a player in Ford's position is how he's deserving of a hefty payday, which seemed like may come down the road after Kansas City chose to use the franchise tag on the defender for now.
The Chiefs wanted to keep Ford, but had to make a long-term financial choice that involved parting ways with the outside linebacker.
Around this time past year, San Francisco was considered one of the sleeper teams expected to make a serious leap in the NFC to become a serious playoff contender.
The 49ers also agreed to bring back defensive back Jimmie Ward on a one-year contract worth up to $5 million, a person familiar with the deal said on condition of anonymity because the signing hadn't been announced.
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The leaves the Chiefs building their pass rush around interior defender Chris Jones, who racked up a career-best 15 1/2 sacks last season.
"49ers fans shouldn't fear, the decision to trade Ford was strictly business", Goldman wrote in an email.
The interesting thing about a deal to the 49ers, though, is San Francisco also runs a 4-3 defense. It's unlikely Ford would be used in these packages as a "Leo" defensive end or "Sam" linebacker.
Ford, a first-round pick in 2014, emerged as a dominant force for Kansas City's defense last season, racking up a career-high 13 sacks en route to his first Pro Bowl appearance. "He's had some production and if he is here with us, I'll be excited to have him and be excited to work with him".
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