KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -The Chiefs agreed to terms on multiyear contracts with rookie cornerback Brandon Flowers and two receivers on Wednesday, a day before the start of training camp.
Flowers, a second-round draft pick out of Virginia Tech, agreed to a four-year deal. The Chiefs have now agreed to terms with nine of their 12 draft picks.
The team also agreed to two-year contracts with undrafted rookie Sergio Joachim out of Central Florida and Timon Marshall, who has spent the last few years in arena football.
Last year, Marshall became the first player in Arena Football League history to gain 1,300 yards receiving and 1,300 yards on returns in the same season.

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