Patrick Mahomes, fresh off winning his second Super Bowl championship with the Kansas City Chiefs, is gearing up for an interesting week as free agency is set to kick off.
Following reports that the Miami Dolphins acquired cornerback Jalen Ramsey from the Los Angeles Rams in a blockbuster trade, Mahomes foreshadowed what could be a chaotic few days in the NFL.
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«The NFL is going to be wild next week!» Mahomes tweeted along with three popcorn emojis.
The defending Super Bowl champions might also look a little different when free agency officially opens. Mecole Hardman and Clyde Edwards-Helaire are likely to find new teams once the new league year begins, while Kansas City will look to bring back JuJu Smith-Schuster.
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Hardman will hit the open market while the Chiefs are rumored to be interested in trading the former standout running back from LSU. Kansas City took a chance on Smith-Schuster last year and had 78 receptions for 933 yards and three touchdowns in 2022.
Jerick McKinnon and Justin Watson will also be free agents, as will Orlando Brown and Nick Allegretti.
On the defensive end, Kansas City is also not expected to re-sign running back Frank Clark. The Chiefs parted ways with Clark after the two sides failed to agree on a contract extension.
And those are just the issues facing the Chiefs.
Around the NFL, Aaron Rodgers could be traded from the Green Bay Packers or retire from the league altogether, while the Baltimore Ravens hope to bring Lamar Jackson back.
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The NFL’s «legal tampering» period begins on Monday and the start of the new league year begins on Wednesday. According to NFL rules, the «legal tampering» period means free agent certified agents with no imminent restrictions can begin negotiating with teams. Players cannot officially sign until March 15.