The Kansas City Chiefs have agreed to terms with Bobby Engram, Monty Beisel and Terrance Copper.
Engram (5'10", 188 pounds) is a 13 year veteran wide receiver who has previously played with the Chicago Bears (5 years) and Seattle Seahawks (8 years). He was drafted in the 2nd round of the 1996 draft and has amassed one 1,000 yard season in his career.
Beisel (6'3", 254 pounds) was originally drafted by the Kansas City Chiefs in the 4th round of the 2001 NFL Draft. The linebacker spent one season with the New England Patriots and three seasons with the Arizona Cardinals.
Copper (6'0", 204 pounds) was undrafted before spending two years with the Dallas Cowboys, one and a half years with the New Orleans Saints and a half season with the Baltimore Ravens.
- Bobby Engram played for the Bears when Todd Haley worked with wide receivers
- Monty Beisel was drafted by the Chiefs and played for the Patriots (Scott Pioli) and Cardinals (Todd Haley)
- Terrance Copper was signed by Bill Parcells when Todd Haley was working with the wide receivers