West Notes: Rams, Donald, Raiders, Penn

The Chiefs gave up on Marcus Peters largely because of his conduct in the locker room. Peters was the source of many headaches in KC, but head coach Sean McVay says the Rams did their homework on the cornerback before trading for him this offseason.

You talk to the people that have been around him, that you really value their opinion, you trust it,” McVay said (via Lindsey Thiry of ESPN.com). “Got a lot of good things that came back in terms of a guy that loves football, does a lot of really good things for his community.”

The Rams added other bold personalities on defense, including cornerback Aqib Talib and defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh, but McVay isn’t concerned about how everyone will gel. McVay feels that 71-year-old defensive coordinator Wade Phillips has “more swag” than all of them combined and has the ability to keep them in line.

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  1. Kenleyfornia74

    The Chiefs completely gave up on a top 3 corner in the sport who is under cheap control for 2 seasons.

    • crosseyedlemon

      The guy is toxic poison but now the Chiefs have to figure out how to recover those 19 interceptions he provided while he played in KC.

  2. marco

    Peters was a cancer in KC,for those int’s he had can’t justify the stupid on field stuff that cost us wins.We are just fine without him

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