The Kansas City Chiefs have reportedly boosted their receiver ranks by re-signing Demarcus Robinson from free agency.

Super Bowl champions Chiefs re-sign receiver Demarcus Robinson


Demarcus Robinson has agreed to re-sign for Super Bowl champions the Kansas City Chiefs, according to reports from NFL Media.

Robinson entered free agency after last season, but the wide receiver has reportedly agreed to a one-year contract.

It has been reported the 25-year-old, who has started 23 of 64 games and caught 75 balls for 949 yards, will earn $2.3million fully guaranteed.

He will again line up alongside Tyreek Hill, Sammy Watkins and Mecole Hardman.

Robinson was widely considered the top receiver left on the free agency market, with Amari Cooper, Robby Anderson, Emmanuel Sanders and Breshad Perriman having all signed for teams this week.

After reports of the deal emerged, Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes welcomed the move, tagging Robinson as he posted on Twitter: "#RunItBack."



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