The Kansas City Chiefs picked up a new player on their way to training camp on Thursday! The team announced they have come to terms with free agent OT Tony Ugoh.
Ugoh spent time last season with the Super Bowl champion New York Giants, appearing in five games, including three starts. Before that he had a quick stop with the Detroit Lions after starting his career with the Indianapolis Colts in 2007.
In a nice change of pace around here, the Chiefs are looking at quality depth at tackle with Branden Albert and Eric Winston starting and rookie Donald Stephenson setup to be the primary backup for both. Ugoh will look to displace David Mims, a holdover from last year’s squad, as one of the final players to make the cut on the offensive line.
The Chiefs are now at their roster limit of 90 and going forward will need to make a corresponding move if they want to take a look at any other free agents.