Don’t count Chambers out yet, Addicts! From Pro Football Talk:
Veteran wideout Chris Chambers was cut by the Chargers during the 2009 season. The Chiefs claimed him via waivers, and Chambers finished with a flourish, catching 36 passes for 608 yards in nine games.
Coincidentally (or not), he’s now an unrestricted free agent.
A league source tells us that the Chiefs are negotiating with him about sticking around.
Though the Chiefs have been quiet this offseason, signing to date low-level talent (Tyler-Freaking-Palko), re-signing linebacker Mike Vrabel, and emerging from trade talks with the Cardinals without receiver Anquan Boldin, there’s a growing feeling in league circles that the Chiefs could be a surprise team in 2010.
Keep in mind that the entire free agency wave has slowed way down. This is how it usually happens. There is a big rush at the beginning and then things calm down a bit. We have a long way to go and I think there is going to be a lot of roster turnover. We have heard the Chiefs are interested in a RB, NT and are working hard to sign Chambers. Be patient, Addicts. There are still plenty of quality free agents available.