BREAKING NEWS: Kansas City Chiefs just made the BIGGEST MISTAKE and now their three-peat hopes ‘are very OVER’ – Chiefs have been ‘robbed in broad daylight’ in the recent trade of $120million deal

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NFL fans have been left stunned by L’Jarius Sneed’s bombshell Friday night trade from Super Bowl winners Kansas City Chiefs to the Tennessee Titans.


L'Jarius Sneed

Sneed, 27, is set to earn an average of $19m over four years, with $55m guaranteed and the move will be official once he has completed his medical.

The cornerback was outstanding last season as the Chiefs won their second straight Super Bowl.

His standout moment was a magnificent tackle on Zay Flowers of the Baltimore Ravens in the fourth quarter of the NFL Conference Championship game, punching the ball out of his grasp as he leapt for a touchdown.

But he will now be bringing his game to Tennessee next year, and as the shockwaves started to be felt around the NFL, fans were quick to conclude it that it is a massive blow for the Chiefs.

‘He was the main reason they three peat!!! It’s over. The dynasty ended today. Watch in 11 months,’ said one fan on X.

Another wrote: ‘Chiefs got robbed in broad daylight.’

But for the fans in Tennessee, it was a landmark moment for a team that has never won a Super Bowl and missed out on the playoffs last year.

‘I’m having a hard time getting some sleep after my Titans got L’Jarius Sneed in a trade from the Kansas City Chiefs. I’m excited for the 2024 season. What a free agency season for my Tennessee Titans,’ wrote one Titans fan.

An Atlanta Falcons fan was stunned by the news, writing on X: ‘The Chiefs trading L’Jarius Sneed should be breaking news today if you ask me. He was his own island in the Playoffs and too many WR’s went missing on it.’

In the aftermath of Kansas City’s win over the 49ers, Sneed was clear that he wanted a big pay packet – from the Chiefs or somewhere else.

When he made an appearance on the Up & Adams show days after the Vegas victory, he was asked if he had a message for GM Bret Veach as he approached free agency.

‘Pay me,’ Sneed said. ‘Pay me, pay me. That’s what I’ve got to say – pay me.’

The Titans had already signed cornerback Chidobe Aquzie during free agency.

They have also added the likes of wide receiver Calvin Ridley, center Lloyd Cushenberry and running back Tony Pollard to the roster this offseason.