Chiefs Reportedly Work Out Four Players Including Three Former Patriots

The Kansas City Chiefs worked out four players over the weekend, Adam Caplan of FOXSports.com reports. Three of the four players have familiarity with the New England Patriots while the other was just released from Jacksonville.

Here's the list of players:

WR Kelley Washington: He was with the Patriots in 2007 and 2008 but made virtually no impact there. He's 6'3", 218 pounds and a seven year veteran.

WR Sam Aiken: He was in New England in 2008 and 2009 with just nine catches in those two years. He was also on Eric Mangini's Browns for one game this year. He's a 6'2', 204 pound eight-year veteran.

LB Pierre Woods: He spent the last four seasons on the Patriots. He's 6'5" and 249 pounds as a four-year veteran.

S Gerald Alexander: He was a second round pick in 2007 and was released from the Jaguars just a few days before Sunday's game. He's 6'0" and 210 pounds.

The receivers are interesting particularly in light of Chris Chambers being inactive over the last two games. He's apparently been a healthy scratch though Todd Haley has had good things to say about him. We're not sure what's going on in that situation.

The Chiefs work guys out every week and keep them all on a list in case they need them down the road so keep these names in mind.

(H/T Mushin)

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