The Chiefs and cornerback Brandon Flowers agreed to terms on a four-year contract today. Flowers, a second-round pick, will be a starter when training camp begins Friday in River Falls, Wis.
The Chiefs still did not have agreements with either of their first-round picks, defensive tackle Glenn Dorsey and offensive lineman Branden Albert. The Chiefs were optimistic they could strike a deal with Albert before they leave for Wisconsin on Thursday, but an agreement with Dorsey could be far off.
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