Defensive end Grant Wistrom wasn’t expected to be a Ram for much longer but heads are still spinning by the swiftness of his departure. Wistrom made one free agent visit to the Seahawks and signed a six-year $33-million deal. In 2003, Wistrom made 60 tackles and had 7.5 sacks, helping the Rams to the NFC West title. Wistrom, who hails from Webb City, Missouri, was taken the Rams in the first round of the 1998 draft and was the sixth overall. Three of the Chiefs’ free agents made visits with other teams on Thursday. Tait, who was named the Chiefs’ transitional player, met with the Dolphins and will meet with the Bears. By naming him their transitional player, the Chiefs has the right to match any offer other teams put on the table. Defensive end Eric Hicks, who is an unrestricted free agent, went to Phoenix to meet with the Cardinals. He’s the Chiefs only starter who is unrestricted. Nickel-back William Bartee met with the Giants. He’ll get married in Florida over the weekend and meet with the Packers.
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