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Dallas Cowboys Looking To Steal Top Chiefs’ Star Free Agent

L’Jarius Sneed, the cornerback for the Kansas City Chiefs, has attracted attention from several NFL teams as his current contract nears its expiration this year, with the Dallas Cowboys being among the interested parties.

After securing his second Super Bowl title, aiding the Chiefs in their victory over the San Francisco 49ers with a score of 25-22, Sneed, 27, has established himself as a key player since being selected by the Chiefs in the fourth round of the NFL draft in 2020.

Forming a formidable cornerback partnership alongside All-Pro defensive back Trent McDuffie, Sneed has been instrumental in bolstering the Chiefs’ defensive line.

However, the Chiefs face a significant challenge in retaining both Sneed and star defensive tackle Chris Jones during this offseason.

Should Sneed venture into free agency next month, the Atlanta Falcons, Dallas Cowboys, and Las Vegas Raiders have emerged as frontrunners vying for his signature, according to insights from Sportskeeda’s Tony Pauline.

Speculations have suggested that the Chiefs might consider employing the franchise tag on Sneed, entailing an estimated cost of $19 million.

Alternatively, should he become a free agent, Sneed is anticipated to command a lucrative long-term contract, potentially averaging around $18.5 million annually, as per Pauline’s analysis.

Expressing his preference to remain with Kansas City in an ideal scenario, Sneed’s future with the team remains uncertain.

Should he opt to part ways with the Chiefs, the Dallas Cowboys appear poised as a leading contender to secure his services.

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