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Brandon Flowers excited to face Chiefs
by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer

New Chargers cornerback Brandon Flowers said part of his decision to sign with San Diego was the chance to face the Chiefs twice, reports ESPN. Flowers was cut by Kansas City this offseason.

"That definitely played in the decision," Flowers said in a radio interview in San Diego. "Just the way I play the game, I always felt like it would be fun. I never got that chance to play against an old team. Once I was on a team for my whole life, I was on that team for good. So just going back to play against some of the fellas and some of the coaches, it will definitely be fun. But I respect everybody in that program. They run a great program in Kansas City, and they have great fans in Kansas City. But just for personal reasons I think it will be fun to line up across those guys."

Flowers said he was caught off guard by Kansas City releasing him in a cost cutting move earlier this month.

"It’s a business," he said. "And in this business you have to roll with the punches. Once the release happened, my phone and my agent’s phone was a hotline. A lot of teams were calling, and a lot of teams were trying to bring me in because they’re not used to getting a six-year starter this late that can maybe fall into their lap."

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Chargers sign Brandon Flowers
by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer

Cornerback Brandon Flowers has agreed to terms with the Chargers, reports CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora.

Flowers visited the Chargers last week and drew interest from numerous teams after he was released by the Chiefs earlier this month. Flowers, originally selected by Kansas City in the second round of the 2008 NFL Draft, made his first Pro Bowl last season but the Chiefs let him go in part because he of his $10.5 million salary-cap hit in 2014.

Flowers, 28, provides the Chargers with much-needed depth. The team reportedly signed him to a one-year deal, which is a low-cost move for them while allowing Flowers to prove he is worth another long-term, big-money contract next offseason.

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Brandon Flowers drawing lots of interest
by Larry Hartstein |

Released by the Chiefs, cornerback Brandon Flowers has been contacted by 10 teams, including the Vikings and Lions, reports the National Football Post. Flowers spent six seasons with Kansas City, making 17 interceptions and defending 97 passes.

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Vikings interested in Brandon Flowers
by Larry Hartstein |

The Vikings have inquired about cornerback Brandon Flowers, who was just released by the Chiefs, reports Flowers, 28, has 17 interceptions in his six-year career.

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Chiefs release cornerback Brandon Flowers
by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer

The Chiefs have released cornerback Brandon Flowers. He had spent the last six seasons with the team after being picked in Round 2 of the 2008 draft, totaling 421 tackles, 17 interceptions, 97 passes defenses and three touchdowns.

His release reportedly saves the team $7.5 million in cap space.

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Defensive Stats
YearTeamGTotalTklAstSacksIntYdsAvgLgTDPass Def
2008Kansas City Chiefs146962.070211859.091113
2009Kansas City Chiefs156558.0705387.633023
2010Kansas City Chiefs156556.09023316.533114
2011Kansas City Chiefs165947.012049523.858120
2012Kansas City Chiefs154840.0813289.329012
2013Kansas City Chiefs136863.05113232.03208
YearTeamGFumLostFum ForcedOwn RecOpp RecYdsTot RecTD
2008Kansas City Chiefs14001023720
2009Kansas City Chiefs1500202020
2010Kansas City Chiefs1500100000
2011Kansas City Chiefs1600000000
2012Kansas City Chiefs15000016410
2013Kansas City Chiefs1300000000
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