Extend Chiefs' Chris Jones. Jones desires a lucrative, extended contract.

The Chiefs must extend Chris Jones, their last offseason task. Jones wants a massive, long-term contract in his last year.

"The deal could be a 3-4 year extension," says Nate Taylor from The Athletic. Jones wants a high extension this offseason.

Defensive lineman has four Pro Bowls and finished third in Defensive Player of the Year voting.

The general manager of the Kansas City franchise, Brett Veach, has indicated that the team is placing a high priority on a contract extension for Jones.

"It's on the to-do list," said Veach in his post-draft conference. We have time until training camp to get it done.

The Chiefs were able to extend quarterback Patrick Mahomes and tight end Travis Kelce by spreading out their salary.

They could agree to a similar contract with Jones in light of his devotion. I'm a Chief for life," he recently tweeted. I refuse to represent another team.

Keeping the 28-year-old would be a huge victory for Kansas City and would increase its chances of winning Super Bowls