The Kansas City Chiefs training camp roster is set… for now. Just like every other team in the league, they will continue to look at ways to improve their squad throughout training camp. They were doing it Sunday afternoon by working out former Baltimore Ravens DE/LB Edgar Jones, according to Aaron Wilson.
With safety Kyle McCarthy’s injury potentially leaving the Chiefs with an open roster spot sooner rather than later (“Doesn’t look good,” head coach Romeo Crennel said about McCarthy’s leg) it could be Jones getting the call.
Jones would bring a unique versatility to the table having spent time not only on defense for the Ravens, but also at tight end. Since entering the league in 2007, Jones has appeared in 41 games (no starts), made 22 tackles and caught two passes for 33 yards.
The Chiefs are set at almost every position, so Jones — and every other player on the fringe — would need to quickly show he can make an impact on special teams.