The contract would need to be reworked, but i would do this in a heartbeat (for a second this year and third next, or vice-versa)!
Should Chiefs revamp safety corps?
April, 13, 2014
9:42 AM ET
By Tom Carpenter | ESPN.com
Safety Eric Berry still has two years remaining on his contract with the Kansas City Chiefs and will carry a cap hit of $11.6 million this season and more than $8.3 million next year. Could shedding that cheddar off of the cap and adding a draft pick or two be good enough reason to trade him away before the draft?
"Let’s be clear. The Chiefs are not shopping Berry, and there is no indication they’ve been contacted about a trade. But the possibility is at least being kicked around in some football circles, and Chiefs GM John Dorsey would have to listen, if not actively pursue it," wrote Sam Mellinger of the Kansas City Star.
"Through conversations with NFL personnel men, Berry would likely bring back at least a second- and third-round pick — perhaps more. One scout thought a first-round pick would be possible.
"Those picks would help the Chiefs fill holes, including wide receiver, and there are some intriguing safety prospects in what is widely considered a very deep draft."
Brian Westbrook taking a knee cost me the Fantasy Football championship!!