Chiefs LE Tyson Jackson has restructured his contract.
Chiefs GM John Dorsey says he's been in contact with LE Tyson Jackson's "representatives" about restructuring his contract.
The Chiefs are expected to release LE Tyson Jackson this offseason.
Chiefs LE Tyson Jackson is a candidate to be released this offseason.
Chiefs DE Tyson Jackson has earned $5.5 million in playing-time incentives, bringing his 2012 salary to $8.005 million.
Chiefs DE Tyson Jackson drew praise from coach Todd Haley after working with a MMA trainer this offseason.
Matt Williamson of Scouts, Inc. notes that Chiefs DE Tyson Jackson "noticeably improved" late last season after battling a knee injury early on.
Tyson Jackson's third season "will be as much about justifying his place on the Chiefs roster as it is about validating" his No. 3 overall status, according to the Kansas City Star.
Chiefs GM Scott Pioli admits that the "jury is still out" on former No. 3 overall pick Tyson Jackson.
Appearing on the NFL Network set at the Senior Bowl, Chiefs GM Scott Pioli said he believes former No. 3 overall pick Tyson Jackson has "fit in well" with Kansas City through two seasons.
Chiefs DE Tyson Jackson played Sunday for the first time since injuring his knee in Week 1.
Chiefs coach Todd Haley said that DE Tyson Jackson was a healthy inactive in Week 6.
Chiefs declared DE Tyson Jackson, CB Jackie Bates, LB Justin Cole, FB Mike Cox, WR Jeremy Horne, DB Reshard Langford, OT Ryan O'Callaghan, and DT Anthony Toribio inactive for Week 5 at the Colts.