Chiefs agreed to terms with CB Sean Smith, formerly of the Dolphins, on a three-year, $18 million contract with $11 million guaranteed.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the Chiefs are in pursuit of free agent Sean Smith, and Kansas City is "clearly" a viable landing spot.
A source tells CSN Bay Area that the 49ers are not involved with free agent Sean Smith.
A source tells CSN Philly that the Eagles are out of the running for free agent CB Sean Smith.
A source with knowledge of the NFL market tells Profootballtalk.com that "multiple teams" plan to wait for the weekend to push for top-shelf free-agent cornerback Sean Smith.
The Eagles, 49ers, Chiefs and Bucs are all reportedly in the mix for free agent CB Sean Smith.
A league source tells the Miami Herald neither CB Sean Smith nor LT Jake Long are a "certainty" to leave the Dolphins in free agency.
The Arizona Republic confirms free agent Sean Smith's price tag is "likely too high" for the Cardinals.
CSN Bay Area's Matt Maiocco reports the 49ers are expected to "make a run at the right price" on free agent Sean Smith.
The Sideline View's Adam Caplan reports the 49ers are "looking to add a veteran cornerback with size."
"Multiple sources" tell Yahoo the Chiefs haven't ruled out signing a free agent "such as" CB Sean Smith despite giving Dunta Robinson a three-year deal.
ESPN 980 Washington reports the Redskins have had some "general discussions/interest" in free agent CB Sean Smith.
The Tampa Bay Times confirms the Bucs have been in contact with free agent Sean Smith's player rep.
Yahoo Sports' Jason Cole reports that the Patriots, Bucs, and Cardinals appear to be the "leading candidates" to land Sean Smith in free agency.