Tyrann Mathieu agrees to 3-year deal with Chiefs

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The Kansas City Chiefs headed into free agency with an obvious need at safety. After suffering an overtime loss to the Patriots in the AFC Championship Game, it was clear that Kansas City needed to upgrade their defense heading into 2019. He is slated to earn around $7 million a season which is almost half of what Mathieu is expected to earn after signing a three-year deal worth up to $42 million.

According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, Kansas City will sign former All-Pro safety Tyrann Mathieu to a three-year, $42 million contract.

In Houston, Mathieu notched 89 tackles and two interceptions for former Chiefs DC/HC Romeo Crennel's defense.

Gipson is one of only five safeties in the National Football League since 2012 to record at least 20 interceptions. He spent five seasons in Arizona before penning a one-year deal with the Texans.

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Quarterback Patrick Mahomes offered a quick reaction to the addition of the Pro Bowl player, also known as the Honey Badger.

It didn't take the Texans long to move on from losing Tyrann Mathieu to the Chiefs on Monday evening. But they were said to be offering him less than $10 million per season.

It's expensive and it's flashy, but signing Mathieu should be worth every penny for the Chiefs.