Chiefs CB Marcus Peters expected to be traded to LA Rams

Bryan Strickland
February 25, 2018

Now, with Kansas City's trade of cornerback Marcus Peters to the Los Angeles Rams, the Chiefs' secondary is back to where it was in 2017.

Earlier this week there were reports that the Chiefs were looking to trade Peters but would need a haul in return.

The 25-year-old Peters emerged as one of the NFL's best cover cornerbacks, picking off at least five passes each of his first season in the league. It was later reported that his suspension by the team was also in part due to a spat with a coach.

He also drew criticism this past year for not standing for the national anthem.

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Since being selected by the Chiefs with the 18th overall pick of the 2015 NFL Draft, Peters has developed into one of the best young cornerbacks in all of football. Peters was later suspended by the team for walking off the field after he threw a flag in the stands even though he had not been kicked out of the game.

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But Peters also joins the Rams with some character concerns.

Just as important, it provides a shutdown corner for defensive coordinator Wade Phillips.

Prior to the trades, the Chiefs were only scheduled to have four picks in the upcoming draft, which would have significantly hampered new general manager Brett Veach's chances of upgrading the roster.

Peters was voted to the Pro Bowl after the 2015 and 2016 seasons, won the 2015 Defensive Rookie of the Year Award and was an Associated Press first-team All-Pro selection in 2016.

They were granted a sixth-round compensatory pick Friday for allowing quarterback Nick Foles to sign with the Philadelphia Eagles last offseason, and are expected to get additional choices from the Rams.

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