The Kansas City Chiefs made their first moves of the offseason on Monday, signing 12 players to reserve/future contracts, including 10 that spent time on the team during 2013.
All eight of the players that finished the season on the Chiefs practice squad were among those signed: DB Malcolm Bronson, OT Chandler Burden, WR Frankie Hammond Jr., WR Jerrell Jackson, DB Vernon Kearney, FB Eric Kettani, WR Rashad Ross and LB/DE Ridge Wilson.
The two players that spent some time in Kansas City are TE Demetrius Harris and WR Fred Williams. Harris was on the practice squad for most of the season before being placed on injured reserve, while Williams had a brief stay with the Chiefs near the end of the season.
You might recognize the two newcomers, DT Chas Alecxih and DB Kevin Rutland. Alecxih was featured in HBO’s “Hard Knocks” as he tried to land a spot on the Miami Dolphins as an undrafted free agent out of Pittsburgh, while Rutland starred at Missouri.