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Brandon Flowers mulling his options

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The NFL market for pro bowl cornerbacks is usually pretty thin, but it was just flooded with one.

Brandon Flowers was released by Kansas City, and now reports from around the league say as many as 10 teams are interested in the pro bowler.

Flowers met with the San Diego Chargers today, and has reportedly also been in contact with Pittsburgh, Baltimore, Minnesota, Atlanta, and Detroit, but San Diego is the only scheduled visit for Flowers.

The South Florida-native is entering his seventh year in the NFL out of Virginia Tech, and this will be his first change of scenery.

Flowers was set to make $5.25 million dollars this year with Kansas City.

The Chiefs were reportedly willing to trade the 5'9" cornerback earlier in the off-season in an attempt to get bigger in the secondary, and shed some salary, but after finding no takers, were forced to release him. 

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