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- Chiefs Extend Waters For 6 Years

Chris Pokorny February 3, 2006
Chris Pokorny
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The Kansas City Chiefs have extended the contract of starting left guard Brian Waters. He signed a six-year extension after making the Pro Bowl the past two seasons, blocking for running backs Priest Holmes and Larry Johnson.

The deal makes sure that he remains a Chief, since he was set to be an unrestricted free agent in spring. Waters, a six-year veteran, is part of what may be considered one of the top offensive lines in the NFL.

Chiefs general manager Carl Peterson made sure that Waters knew they had an interest in resigning him before free agency began.

Waters was an undrafted free agent signed by the Dallas Cowboys in 1999, showing how talent can be found without drafting someone. He became a starter for the Chiefs in 2001 and has started 16 games in each of the past four seasons.

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