Chiefs anticipate using Patrick Mahomes’ contract to get under salary cap

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — As the Chiefs look to get under the salary cap in the coming days, they anticipate using quarterback Patrick Mahomes’ contract for assistance, a source told The Kansas City Star. Mahomes’ contract permits the Chiefs to convert portions of his salary and roster bonuses into a signing bonus, which would free up significant cap space. The Chiefs can create $17 million with the move, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. The move has not yet happened but is anticipated to take place before the NFL’s new league year starts on March 17, a source said. Teams must drop below the reduce…

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