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Bashaud Breeland leaves Kansas City without deal, moving on to other visits

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Free agent cornerback has now made his second visit and again left without a deal. His first visit was to Oakland, then he moved on to Kansas City, where the Chiefs said they planned on not letting him leave. But he did and is now moving on to his next visit, according to ESPN’s Field Yates.

Along with the Colts, the Browns are also said to have set up a visit with Breeland. The Browns have the most cap space of any team in the NFL and the Colts have the second most. So, if anyone has the funds to sign Breeland to a deal close to the 3-year, $24 million he received from the Panthers before an injured foot nixed the deal, it’s the Browns and Colts.

The Raiders and Chiefs, on the other hand, have among the least available money to spend under the cap, making it difficult for them to make a serious run at Breeland.