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    Jonny Morton signed a 7 (I belive) year 25mil deal with coach vermiel's team. Wonder if he cried. ( numbers might be wrong overheard it on espn, I know someone will correct me if I'm wrong )

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    --------------------------------------------------------------------------- news services

    KANSAS CITY -- The Kansas City Chiefs may have found the impact wide receiver they were looking for.

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    Morton delayed his departure from Kansas City several times on Thursday as both sides attempted to finalize a deal. An agreement may be reached as early as Friday.

    "We're just ironing out some details," Morton told the Star. "It seems like we're real close. Everything is perfect here. I feel like I'm part of a family."

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    "He would come in here and be the top receiver on the team," coach Dick Vermeil told the Star. "He would add another degree of explosiveness to our offense. We need to score more points. He could make the plays to help us do that."

    Morton had previously met with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the St. Louis Rams. Morton is also planning to visit Denver. But after Thursday's progress with the Chiefs, Morton told the Star, "That (trip) may be unnecessary, most likely."
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