With injuries forcing a lot of shuffling of the roster and depth chart over the last week, the Kansas City Chiefs are bringing in free agent rookie DBs Brad Jones and Ashton Hall for workouts according to NFP.
Jones is a former Baltimore Ravens player who was signed by the team following a minicamp audition.
He played at the University of Cincinnati and has played cornerback and safety.
Hall also played for the Ravens after going undrafted out of Marshall.
Hall broke Randy Moss’ vertical leap record at Marshall with a 44-inch effort.
Both are versatile defensive backs that can potentially help out in a depleted secondary. Even though they are both street free agents, I’m always willing to give an extra look to kids that got some run in the Ravens defense seeing as they don’t exactly employ bums.
After Ricky Price struggled playing next to Eric Berry last week, don’t be surprised if one of these two grabs his roster spot next week if the injuries to Jon McGraw and Kendrick Lewis linger through this weekend.