Continuing to build their roster for next season, the Kansas City Chiefs added seven more players with reserve/future contracts. Earlier this week GM John Dorsey got started by signing 12 players.
The most notable names inked this time around are RB Joe McKnight and DT Dominique Hamilton. McKnight was a fourth-round pick of the New York Jets in 2010 and was an All-Pro in 2011 as a kick returner. Hamilton starred at Missouri and had contact with several teams but liked the opportunities he could have in Kansas City.
Then there’s safety Jerron McMillian, who has some connections to the Chiefs. He was drafted in the fourth-round of the 2012 draft by the Packers while current Kansas City GM John Dorsey was in the Green Bay front office. He was also a teammate of former Chiefs LB Jovan Belcher for two years at Maine.
Also added were LB Jordan Campbell, OT RJ Dill, DE Brandon Moore and CB DeMarcus Van Dyke.
Unlike the first group of free agents signed, none of these seven players have spent any time with the Chiefs.