The Kansas City Chiefs continued to shuffle their secondary Wednesday with four roster moves. They came to terms with safeties Quintin Demps and Malcolm Bronson while releasing safety Justin Glenn and cornerback James Rogers.
Demps is the most notable name involved in the moves. He was a fourth-round pick of Andy Reid in Philadelphia back in 2008. After parting ways with the Eagles, Demps landed with the Houston Texans, where he spent the last three seasons.
With so many inexperienced players vying for the final spots in the Chiefs defensive backfield, Demps should quickly have a chance to claim a job.
Bronson went undrafted in April out of McNeese State and faces the same long road towards a roster spot the players he is replacing — Glenn and Rogers — had to battle. The safety spent time with the New Orleans Saints earlier this month on a tryout basis.