Hali is tied for 45th on the NFL’s all-time sack list with 89.5. He is second on Kansas City’s all-time list behind Pro Football Hall of Famer Derrick Thomas.
Hali, who was selected to play in five Pro Bowls, led the Chiefs in sacks six times, but not since 2013.
It’s difficult to believe that the Panthers sent an actual asset to the Eagles for Smith, given that Philadelphia was virtually guaranteed to decline the former Ravens star’s $5 million option for 2018. Smith’s impact was underrated by his final numbers (36 catches for 420 yards and two touchdowns) — he got open downfield far more frequently than it seemed, but was let down by some subpar deep throws by Carson Wentz and Nick Foles. Smith also Denis Potvin Womens Jersey chipped in with a few drops, which didn’t help matters.
The Panthers needed wideout help alongside Devin Funchess, but it’s hard to figure that they were really bidding against other teams who wanted to assume Smith’s contact for 2018 and trade an asset in the process. Smith probably would have struggled to get the two years and $10 million left on his deal as a free agent.
The Eagles want to spend money at just about every position besides running back and cornerback, and Worley gives them another low-cost option as they try to replace Patrick Robinson, who will likely leave in free agency this offseason.
After agreeing to a trade Friday to send quarterback Tyrod Taylor to the Cleveland Browns for the No. 65 pick, the Bills become more likely to trade up in April’s draft to select a quarterback. Nathan Peterman, the team’s fifth-round pick in 2017, will be the only quarterback on the roster once Taylor is officially traded.
Using a conventional draft trade value chart, the Bills could package the Bengals’ first-round pick and the No. 22 selection (acquired last year from Kansas City) to move as high as No. 4. Adding one or more of their second- or third-round picks to the deal could push Buffalo higher in the order.
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Limited Kids Thomas Greiss Jersey Previously, Buffalo’s two first-round picks (Nos. 21 and 22) were worth only enough to move to No. 7 under a conventional draft trade value chart.