Sammy Watkins is heading to the Kansas City Chiefs. The official free agency period has yet to begin, but already the NFL rumors are coming out at a fast and furious pace, and it looks like the Kansas City Chiefs are ready to add some much-needed help in the receiving core. With one of the biggest fields of star free agents in years, take a deep breath NFL fans because the NFL free agency rumors are just getting started!

Chiefs get stronger on outside

According to via NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport, the Chiefs have landed wideout Sammy Watkins.

Rapoport indicates that the former Clemson speedster will soon sign a three-year deal, expected to be worth $48 million with $30 million guaranteed. With all indications now pointing to Patrick Mahomes becoming the new signal caller in Kansas City, adding Watkins should only make his transition easier. The deal cannot be finalized until the new league year opens at 4 PM ET on Wednesday (March 14).

Watkins spent his first three seasons with the Buffalo Bills before being dealt to the Los Angeles Rams last season. In 15 games last season with L.A., Watkins had 593 receiving yards and scored eight touchdowns.

Frozen Tundra or Saints reunion for Graham?

Where will Jimmy Graham land in 2018? The 31-year-old unrestricted free-agent seems to be on his way out of Seattle after a three-year stint with the Seahawks, and really who can blame him? If Seattle isn’t trading away players, they are waving them! Either way, the Seahawks will look a lot different in 2018, and Graham, just like Richard Sherman and Michael Bennett, will most likely be wearing another team's uniform as well.

Graham is being pursued by numerous teams, with the Green Bay Packers and New Orleans leading the charge. CBS Sports indicates that the Packers have serious interest in talking to Graham.

NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo indicates that the Green Bay Packers have reached out to Graham's representatives to gauge his interest in playing with Aaron Rodgers and the Packers in 2018.

That could be a very tough duo to stop in the NFC.

How badly do some Packers fans want to see Graham play in Green Bay? According to, Cody Horlacher, and Dan Necci, two lawyers from a small firm in Mukwonago, paid to have billboards up begging the Packers to sign Graham. "We need him in Green Bay, we need to help boost our receiving corps, especially in the tight end position," said Horlacher. Now that is some serious fan dedication!

Graham’s former team, the New Orleans Saints have also expressed serious interest in a reunion with their former star.

Heading back to New Orleans for one more year with Drew Brees and the Saints offense could very well be where Graham ends up this fall. Last season, Graham caught 57 passes for 520 yards. He also hauled in 10 touchdowns.