Mathieu joines Eric Berry in Kansas City for now, but Berry might not be sticking around for long after the Honey Badger signs his contract.
For the second year in a row, Mathieu will test the waters in free agency.
The 26-year-old is one of several big-time safeties on a free agent market that also features the likes of Landon Collins, Earl Thomas, Lamarcus Joyner, Adrian Amos and Ha Ha Clinton-Dix.
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The contract will not become official until the beginning of the new league year at 3 p.m.
Safety Tyrann Mathieu intends to sign a three-year, $42m deal with the Kansas City Chiefs, according to multiple reports Monday. He played his first five seasons with the Cardinals before moving on to Houston past year.
Signing Gipson at such a team friendly deal compared to the deals other safeties were getting in the first wave of free agency is an impressive addition for Gaine and the Texans front office.
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Yes, the Chiefs - who aren't exactly flush with cap space, even after releasing Justin Houston - are paying quite a pretty penny to land the services of Mathieu.
In Houston, he tallied 89 tackles, eight pass deflections, three sacks and two interceptions.
He owns 13 interceptions in his six-year career and has scored one defensive touchdown.
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