The Kansas City Chiefs continued to shuffle their practice squad Tuesday with the addition of defensive tackle Jordan Miller and terminating the contract of offensive lineman Matt Reynolds.
Earlier in the day the team released Tommie Draheim from the practice squad when Rokevious Watkins returned from a roster exemption due to a suspension.
Miller is no stranger to GM John Dorsey, who saw the big man play for the Chicago Bears in 2011 before adding him to the Green Bay Packers in October of last year. The rest of the Chiefs got to see Miller up close this year in a 30-6 victory over the Packers. The defensive tackle finished that game with one tackle, his only of the preseason.
The Chiefs were awarded Reynolds off waivers in May from the Philadelphia Eagles. He had spent all of 2012 on Andy Reid’s practice squad and spent some time with the Carolina Panthers.
Like all the players involved in the first wave of practice squad moves that have spent long stretches with the Chiefs, don’t count out seeing Reynolds return if there is an injury.