Just because the Kansas City Chiefs are 9-0 doesn't mean they're not looking to get better. The KC Chiefs this week worked out at least nine players, including three punters.
Reggie Dunn is a 5'10, 178-pound wide receiver who was previously with the Green Bay Packers. He went to Utah where he set an NCAA record with four kickoff returns for touchdowns in the 2012 season.
There are a few free agent Maurice Williams' out there but I believe this one is a wide receiver, who has experience in the AFL and spent time with the Colts. He is 6'1 and weighs 195 pounds.
Josh Hubner is a punter who went to Arizona State, Richard Kent is a punter who went to Vanderbilt and Brad Wing, who has NFL experience (Eagles), went to LSU. As noted here, I'm guessing that the punter workout is just getting the numbers of a few players in case something happens to Dustin Colquitt. In other words, I think they're being proactive, not reactive.
Fog, rain, and Kansas City. Wish me luck! pic.twitter.com/ri5cDSFStN— Josh Hubner (@JoshHubner) November 5, 2013
Brandon Hartson is a long-snapper who went to the University of Houston. His most recent NFL experience was with the Bears.
Keenan Mace is a defensive lineman who went to college at Lindenwood. He has some IFL and AFL experience.
Michael Martinovich is a former offensive lineman for the Kansas Jayhawks. He was last listed at 6'4 and 260 pounds.
Kai Brown is a fullback who has AFL experience. Not much out there on him.
We also have some former Chiefs. Devon Wylie, Chiefs 2012 fourth round pick, signed with the Tennessee Titans practice squad. Bradley McDougald, who was cut by the Chiefs this week and was likely to land on the Chiefs practice squad, was claimed off waivers by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.