INDIANAPOLIS (KCTV) – The Kansas City Chiefs made the season with their field play this season, but it was the off-the-field team's moves that prompted people to talk to the NFL combo .
Many reports from Indianapolis indicate that chiefs' leaders have met with teams to discuss possible exchanges involving linebacker Justin Houston.
Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports first reported on developments, followed by Ian NFL Network Report, who said the teams called with "real interest" for the smuggler.
An eight-year veteran of the NFL, Houston has accumulated 28 tackles and 9 sacks in the 2018 season for Kansas City. He has been named to the Pro Bowl four times and led the league in the sacks in 2014 with 22 goals, one half bag of the league record.
Head coach Andy Reid did not mention any developments with Houston when he spoke with KCTV5 on Wednesday at the NFL Combine.
Chief Executive Brett Veatch is also in Indianapolis and KCTV5 will question him about Houston's future with the Chiefs on Thursday.
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