Chiefs G.M. expects Dee Ford to remain with team this season

Chiefs General Manager Brett Veach said he expects outside linebacker Dee Ford back with the team this season, via multiple tweets.

Ford underwent surgery on his back three months ago with an expected six-month rehab. It’s “highly unlikely” Ford would pass a physical, Terez Paylor of the Kansas City Star reports, but Veach indicated Ford’s rehab is ahead of schedule.

“I never got a reason,” Butler said. “I feel like this was the reason: I got kind of sick. I went to the hospital. They probably thought I was kind of late on the game plan; I wasn’t as locked in as I should be and could have been a matchup deal. It could have been anything. But Bill Belichick has been doing this for a very long time. He took a veteran out of Super Bowl XLIX [against the Seahawks] and put in a first-year rookie, and that turned out right, so you could never question his decision. It didn’t work out right. It didn’t work out the best for me or him or the New England Patriots. But I can say he won more than he lost, so it is what it is. I always have love for New England, Bill Belichick, Mr. Kraft, all those guys. Life just goes on.”

Butler’s five-year, $61 million contract with the Titans shows that life’s moving on pretty well after a rough night in February.

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“I think he’ll be 100 percent by April 1,” Veach said, via Cody Tapp of Kansas City’s SportsRadio 810. Veach added he expects a “great year” from Ford.

Ford enters the final year of his contract with an $8.7 million base salary, which is guaranteed for injury. He ed only six games with two sacks last season.

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