KANSAS CITY, Mo. (KWCH) - After being released by the Buffalo Bills earlier Saturday, six-time Pro Bowl running back LeSean McCoy has reportedly agreed to a one-year deal with the Kansas City Chiefs, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.
The deal is said to be worth $3 million, up to $4 million with incentives.
McCoy entered the league in 2009 as a draft pick current Chiefs Head Coach Andy Reid when he was with Philadelphia. He played under Reid for 4 years before Reid's departure. While with the Eagles, McCoy was twice named first-team all-pro, leading the NFL in touchdowns in 2011 and rushing yards in 2013.
McCoy joined Buffalo in 2015, where he played four years including three straight trips to the Pro Bowl before finishing with a career low 514 yards in 2018.
The Bills announced their intent to waive him earlier Saturday, August 31st, before the Chiefs quickly made a move to reunite him with Reid.
McCoy gives the Chiefs four running backs on their roster following the trade of Carlos Hyde to the Texans. He joins Damien Williams, Darrel Williams and rookie Darwin Thompson in the backfield ahead of the Chiefs season opener September 8th in Jacksonville.