[KFFL] The Sports Xchange reports that the Chiefs are likely to do something with linebacker Kendrell Bell, who’s salary will count more than $7.2 million against the team’s 2006 salary cap after experiencing an unproductive first season in Kansas City last year. Bell could well end up being a cap casualty.
They also report that the Chiefs will try and restructure the contract of safety Jerome Woods who no longer fits in their plans, but it would cost the Chiefs $3.5 million against the cap to cut him this year. The Chiefs will also try to rework the current deal of tight end Tony Gonzalez who is do bonus that would put his cap number in excess of $6.5 million this season. Chiefs President Carl Peterson has said he wants to take care of Gonzalez before he does anything in free agency.