Chiefs signed OLB Justin Houston to a six-year, $101 million contract.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports of all the unsigned franchise players, the Chiefs and OLB Justin Houston have the "most optimism" of reaching a long-term agreement before Wednesday's deadline.
Profootballtalk puts the Chiefs' odds of reaching a long-term agreement with unsigned franchise player Justin Houston before Wednesday's deadline at "50-50."
CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora reports the Chiefs have made "significant progress" in long-term talks with unsigned franchise player Justin Houston.
Profootballtalk and the Kansas City Star report the Chiefs will resume long-term talks with unsigned franchise player Justin Houston on Tuesday.
The Kansas City Star reports the Chiefs have made no significant progress in contract talks with franchise player Justin Houston.
Chiefs GM John Dorsey revealed Friday that team has had recent contract talks with franchise player OLB Justin Houston.
Franchise player Justin Houston was a no-show for the start of Chiefs voluntary workouts.
The Chiefs have not had contract talks with OLB Justin Houston since the team franchise-tagged him in March.
Chiefs franchise player OLB Justin Houston is expected to "actively solicit an offer sheet" in the hopes Kansas City won't match it.
Chiefs franchise tagged OLB Justin Houston will not sign his tender immediately.
Chiefs placed the franchise tag on OLB Justin Houston.
Impending free agent OLB Justin Houston was a no-show for the Chiefs' Saturday banquet, where he was announced as the team's 2014 MVP.
Chiefs GM John Dorsey says he's had "ongoing" talks with free agent OLB Justin Houston's player rep at the Combine.