The Chiefs signed fourth-round pick Armani Watts to a four-year contract.
The Texas A&M safety becomes the second of the team’s six draft picks to sign. Kansas City also has signed sixth-round pick Tremon Smith.
Ron Parker’s departure opens up the free safety spot, and Watts will compete for the job with Leon McQuay III, a sixth-round pick in 2017, Robert Golden and Jordan Sterns.
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Justify, Good Magic, Lone Soldier and Bravazo all ran on a sloppy Churchill Downs track two weeks ago in the Kentucky Derby. Sporting Chance, meanwhile, has run on two sloppy tracks in his career.
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1) Justify, the morning-line favorite at 1-2 odds, won the Grade 1 Santa Anita Derby last month in impressive fashion, running 1 1/8 miles in 1:49.72 and winning by three lengths on a surface that trainer Bob Baffert said was playing slow all afternoon.
The Niners believe enough in Armstead to have picked up his fifth-year option in April. Limited to 14 games over the past two years, though, the former first-round pick is under pressure to put together a full season in 2018.
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But this was the year of Romo and Nantz. In their first year in the broadcast booth together, they changed the game. The former Cowboys quarterback immediately educated viewers on what to look for in today’s pass-happy NFL, predicting passes and runs before they happened, reading complicated defensive coverages and blitz schemes in the blink of an eye and calling games with the kind of mischievous joy that reminded me of John Madden in his prime.