After a few days of speculation about cornerback Marcus Peters’ future in Kansas City, it appears he won’t have one. The Chiefs will be trading the two-time Pro Bowler to the Rams barring any unforeseen setbacks, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

Schefter later confirmed the news of the trade, which cannot be finalized until March 14, the start of the new league year.

This move addresses a major concern for the Rams this offseason. Considering their number one corner Trumaine Johnson and backup corner Nickell Robey-Coleman are expected to walk in free agency, the Rams’ secondary is going to have some holes. The reigning NFC West Champions hope Peters will fill the void and help disrupt opponents’ passing games. Especially for those within the division.

Quarterback Russell Wilson and the Seahawks’ offense have only faced off against Peters twice. Both were in the preseason, including the first game of 2016 when Peters picked off Wilson in the opening drive. Now Seattle will have to face him twice a year as a member of the Rams’ defense – a defense that held the Seahawks to a measly seven points in Seattle the last time the two teams squared off.

Peters play-making ability is game-changing, one the Rams hope will move them to a second straight division title. However, adding Peters does not come without its own risks. Peters is a top-tier corner in the prime of his career at 25 yet the Chiefs were willing to move on from him because of behavioral concerns.

Only time will tell if a fresh start in the City of Angels will work out for Peters and the Rams.