The Kansas City Chiefs made a minor move in the secondary Tuesday morning, coming to terms on a contract with free agent CB Semaj Moody. To make room on the roster, the Chiefs waived CB Conroy Black.
Moody is fresh off his second season season in the AFL with the Chicago Rush. During his first year (2012) he played in 18 games and tallied a team-leading 86.5 tackles, three interceptions, 10 passes defensed and two fumble recoveries. His final game with Chicago was on July 27th, when he had three tackles in a 65-40 loss.
With the Rush, Moody had two former Chiefs as teammates, WR Taurus Johnson and DL Alex Magee.
Before landing in the AFL, Moody his played college ball at South Carolina State. After starting out as a receiver, Moody turned himself into the leader of the South Carolina State defensive backfield.
Black signed with the Chiefs on July 26 and brought with him impressive 4.35 speed. Unfortunately in his short time with the club he wasn’t able to make enough of an impression to stick.