Ryan Succop Given Five-Year Extension By Chiefs

The Kansas City Chiefs selected Ryan Succop with the very last pick in the 2009 NFL Draft.

He turned out to be their best pick of the year.

The Chiefs signed Succop to a five-year extension this week, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN. The deal is a $14 million extension, which includes a $2 million signing bonus and $2 million guaranteed in 2012.

Succop had a rough start to the season, missing three of his first four kicks. After that, however, Succop settled down and did not miss another kick until Richard Seymour blocked two of his tries last week against the Raiders.

Succop appears to be the lone bright spot in what was a disappointing 2009 draft by the Chiefs.

Topics: Kansas City Chiefs, Ryan Succop

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