A quick Kansas City Chiefs free-agency update:
Left tackle Branden Albert and receiver/punt returner Dexter McCluster, defensive end Tyson Jackson and guard Jon Asamoah agreed to contract terms as soon as the free-agent market opened this afternoon. Albert went as expected to the Miami Dolphins for five years and $46 million, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. McCluster went to the Tennessee Titans for three years and $12 million, also according to Schefter. Jackson and Asamoah agreed to terms with the Atlanta Falcons, according to media reports. With the Falcons, they will be reunited with Scott Pioli. The general manager of the Chiefs when Jackson and Asamoah were drafted, Pioli is now Atlanta's assistant GM.
The Chiefs may be in the market for a kick return specialist, given the loss of McCluster. They have interest in Devin Hester, formerly of the Bears, but his price would have to come down for him to sign in Kansas City.