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Demarcus Robinson re-signing with Chiefs

Mike Florio and Chris Simms compare some of the free agent deals that have already occurred and debate which player and contract they'd rather have.

The Chiefs have retained one of their own.

Wide receiver Demarcus Robinson is heading back to Kansas City on a one-year deal, according to several reports.

This is the second year in a row that Robinson has stuck with the Chiefs on a one-year deal. He was originally a fourth-round pick by the club back in 2016.

Robinson has been a significant piece of Kansas City’s offense, particularly over the last two years. He started nine games in 2020, playing 65 percent of the team’s offensive snaps. He recorded career-highs in both receptions (45) and yards (466) while catching three touchdowns. Robinson also caught a pair of passes in the postseason.

Teammate Tyreek Hill was apparently happy to receive the news, retweeting a report with, “Thank you Chiefs.”

In 80 career games, Robinson has caught 120 passes for 1,415 yards with 11 touchdowns.