Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Justin Houston was advised the team will try to trade him, a source told , and if no price is reached he will be released.

Houston, that turned 30 in January, joined the Chiefs because of third-round draft pick (70th overall) in Georgia at 2011. By having three sacks in a match against the as a beginner he showed his pass-rush ability. He had 22 sacks at 2014.

Houston has never come to this standard as. His best sofa total in the past four seasons is 9.5 at 2017. Houston has 78.5 career sacks, fourth to the Chiefs’ all-time list.

Houston at 2015 signed a six-year contract worth $101 million, which makes him during the time the defensive player in history.

He was an excellent player who defended the jog well. He was a first-team all pro selection in 2014 and was chosen to play at the Pro Bowl four times.

’s Adam Teicher led to this record.

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