Robinson was released by the Falcons last week.
The Kansas City Chiefs have reportedly agreed a three-year deal with free-agent cornerback Dunta Robinson on Friday night, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
The 30-year-old was among several figures to be cut by the Atlanta Falcons last week, as they made a conscious effort to free salary cap space with Robinson accounting for $9m.
Robinson is just the latest in a string of new additions, with the likes of receiver Dwyane Bowe and punter Dustin Colquitt signing significant contracts.
Branden Albert was given the franchise tag at more than $9.7m, while the Falcons also agreed a trade for quarterback Alex Smith from the San Francisco 49ers.
Robinson played in all 16 games last season, picking up 67 tackles, 1.5 sacks and one interception. The cornerback was a steady figure for the Falcons, but is now set for a new chapter in Kansas with his arrival to be confirmed on 12 March.
The former Atlanta man was cut three years into the six-year, $57m deal he signed in 2010, and despite being a reliable and durable presence was largely disappointing last year.
However, he is expected to integrate well into the new regime with the Chiefs and, along with a No.1 draft pick next month, Kansas are looking to build a strong roster for the upcoming season.