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Report: Chiefs sign S Daniel Sorensen to four-year, $16M contract

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The Kansas City Chiefs have signed safety Daniel Sorensen to a four-year, $16 million contract extension, NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo reports.

According to Terez A. Paylor of the Kansas City Star, almost half of Sorensen’s deal is guaranteed and includes just over $2 million in incentives, making the total deal worth $18.4 million.

Sorensen was initially handed a second-round tender earlier this week, so the Chiefs had already assured themselves the possibility of retaining his services.

Sorensen, 27, recorded career highs in 2016 with 63 tackles, six pass deflections, three interceptions and two forced fumbles while playing 48 percent of the Chiefs’ defensive snaps as Husain Abdullah’s replacement in dime subpackages.

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