FantasySP / NFL / Dee Ford FantasySP / NFL / Dee Ford Copyright 2019 5416535 <![CDATA[Dee Ford: It would be “very disappointing” not to keep playing with Justin Houston]]> Dee Ford made a big error in the AFC Championship Game when he lined up offside and wiped out an interception that could have sealed a Kansas City win, but he hopes that wasn’t one of his final moments in a Chiefs uniform. Ford’s contract is up at the end of the season [more]]]> 5416535 Tue, 22 Jan 2019 10:57:01 EDT <![CDATA[Impending free agent OLB Dee Ford "would love" to]]> Dee Ford "would love" to be back with the Chiefs. Despite his offsides penalty costing the Chiefs a late interception and likely Super Bowl berth, Ford had an outstanding 2018, recording 13 sacks and making his first Pro Bowl. [...]]]> 5416523 Tue, 22 Jan 2019 10:39:24 EDT <![CDATA[Dee Ford: I can’t expect warning from official about lining up offside]]> Dee Ford that wiped out what might have been a game-clinching interception in the AFC Championship Game was “legitimate” while adding that officials usually issue a warning to a player lining up offside “in a game of that magnitude.” Ford didn’t disagree [more]]]> 5416219 Mon, 21 Jan 2019 18:09:01 EDT <![CDATA[Andy Reid criticizes questionable roughing penalty in AFC title game]]>
Chiefs head coach Andy Reid had some comments on a few officiating decisions during the game. One decision he begrudgingly agreed with, the other he took extreme issue with. Let’s begin with the Dee Ford offsides penalty.

“It wasn’t, but by a few inches,” Reid explained of Ford’s offsides penalty on Monday. “I thought it was legitimate. He was, it looked like on the angle of our camera at least, that he might have been off by a tad. Normally you’re warned and the coach is warned if somebody is doing that. Before they throw it in a game of that magnitude. He didn’t waste any time doing it. He didn’t wait until the interception to throw it. He had had his hand on his flag right from the get go. He saw it on his angle and felt that was the call.]]> 5416166 Mon, 21 Jan 2019 17:27:01 EDT Chiefs Wire
<![CDATA[Chiefs | Dee Ford could get franchised]]> Dee Ford, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.]]> 5415277 Sun, 20 Jan 2019 10:33:02 EDT footballguys <![CDATA[NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Chiefs could use the]]> Dee Ford. With Ford headed for free agency, keeping him on the franchise tag is a no-brainer for Kansas City. [...]]]> 5415254 Sun, 20 Jan 2019 9:15:05 EDT <![CDATA[Jets S Jamal Adams wants to hear from Le'Veon Bell]]> Jamal Adams is hitting the recruiting trail months before free agency kicks off.

26 hit my phone brotha! LUV @LeVeonBell

Jamal Adams (@TheAdamsEra) January 16, 2019

Adams tweeted at running back Le’Veon Bell this afternoon — his latest effort to bring a big-time free agent to the Big Apple. Last week, in a since-deleted tweet, Adams said he wants the Jets to pay Kansas City Chiefs defensive end and impending free agent Dee Ford whatever he wants once he hits the open market]]> 5413376 Thu, 17 Jan 2019 9:12:01 EDT Jets Wire
<![CDATA[Jamal Adams wants Jets to make run at Dee Ford]]> Jamal Adams could find himself sharing a locker room with players who took part in the game at some point in the future. If it was up to Adams, one of those players would be Chiefs linebacker Dee Ford. [more]]]> 5411369 Mon, 14 Jan 2019 9:45:01 EDT <![CDATA[Jamal Adams hopes Jets pursue Chiefs pass-rusher Dee Ford: 'Pay him what he wants']]> Jamal Adams has not been shy about his free agent wishes for the New York Jets.

Following the season’s end, Adams told reporters that the Jets needed more “dogs.” Then, on Sunday, Adams took to Twitter to express interest in a particular pass-rusher.

“Yeah, I like #55 Dee Ford off that end for us! Let’s pay him what he wants!” Adams wrote in a since-deleted tweet following the Kansas City Chiefs defeat of the Indianapolis Colts in the AFC Divisional round on Sunday.

Ford has been an impact player on the edge for the Chiefs, getting after the quarterback with 13 sacks, seven forced fumbles and 55 tackles this season. He is an unrestricted free agent and Kansas City could franchise tag him. If Ford hits the open market, the Jets are expected to be big players for his services, as they will have the second most cap space available in the NFL this offseason]]> 5411320 Mon, 14 Jan 2019 7:42:02 EDT Jets Wire