The Kansas City Chiefs signed another player to a reserve-futures contract Wednesday, this time bringing in defensive tackle Risean Broussard.
Broussard is super raw, having played less than two seasons in high school and one year at the JUCO level. But he also has a ton of potential, showing in that one season of college football that he could be a force by putting up 61 tackles and six sacks in just eight games.
After being released by the Chiefs, Broussard worked out in the AFL and gotten calls from the CFL, his agent told The Star.
If he can stick in Kansas City through OTAs, Broussard could get a chance to show what he can do in training camp, something he didn’t get last time around.