Chiefs set to sign WR Watkins, LB Hitchens

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The deal with the Chiefs pays him $16 per year in average annual value, but the Chiefs kept the deal relatively short, given Watkins' injury history in his time with the Bills. Watkins also racked up nine scores that season.

The Rams decision not to franchise tag Watkins, instead tagging LaMarcus Joynerwas a pretty obvious one, considering Watkins was the second most productive former Buffalo Bills wideout on the Rams past year (behind Robert Woods), which is not a great title to have.

Not to mention, his numbers over those two seasons: 67 receptions, 1,023 yards and 10 touchdowns.

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It never really happened. It said that Watkins didn't drop any passes on 39 catchable targets during the regular season in 2017.

The Rams and Watkins seemed to work out things internally, but Watkins never really got going.

The Rams had considered using the franchise tag on Watkins, but opted instead to tag safety Lamarcus Joyner.

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So the Rams knew Watkins would be exposed to free agency, and likely lured away with big money based on his potential. Still, he was quite productive over his first two years in the league with almost 1,000 yards in his rookie year and 1,047 yards in just 13 games in his sophomore campaign.

National Football League free agency officially begins on March 14.

With the Chiefs, he won't be asked to carry the offense under new starting QB Patrick Mahomes.

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The top two receivers on the free-agent market are off the board.

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