The Kansas City Chiefs re-singed a familiar name Monday, bringing back Kyle Love to compete for a job along the defensive line.
Love signed with the Chiefs last season in November and quickly found himself on the active roster his first week on the team. However, the next week he was inactive and released shortly after, spending less than two weeks in Kansas City.
Before making his way to to the Chiefs, Love started out with the New England Patriots where he had 65 tackles, 5.5 sacks, one fumble recovery and one pass defensed.
He was released following a Type-2 diabetes diagnosis and was briefly with the Jacksonville Jaguars, where he would return after the Chiefs released him.
Love held his own in his only game with the Jaguars, picking up four tackles. Now he’ll have to do some heavy lifting to crack what is now quite a deep defensive line.