The Kansas City Chiefs flurry of roster moves Sunday include the addition of a former Cleveland Browns fourth-round draft choice, LB James-Michael Johnson. The Chiefs were awarded the linebacker on waivers Sunday.
Johnson appeared in 10 game as a rookie for the Browns, including eight starts. He finished his first campaign in the NFL with 36 tackles, including 10 against the San Diego Chargers in Week 8.
The linebacker was impressive in his final game in Cleveland, this past week against the Chicago Bears. In addition to five tackles, Johnson also returned an interception for a touchdown.
Andy Reid clearly was looking to improve the depth at linebacker and he’ll do just that with an young player that brings a ton of potential to the table.