Player Profile: Weston Dressler from The Mothership
"Playing college football, I know all the differences between the American football game and the Canadian football game," Dressler said. "It's going to take me a little time to readjust to it, but I've put in a lot of work in the playbook, trying to become familiar with all the terminology and everything. Things are coming together, I feel more comfortable with the play calls in the huddle, what I need to do within the play and learning the timing within my routes. There's definitely still a lot of work to be done, but I think I'm picking it up and continuing to learn."
The addition of Jones puts the Chiefs' roster at the league offseason maximum of 90 players. The Chiefs currently have 17 defensive backs ahead of training camp, with 11 being cornerbacks.
Rookie Review: QB Aaron Murray from ESPN
Murray was usually the fourth quarterback in line behind Alex Smith, Chase Daniel and Tyler Bray but appeared to being a quick study when he did get his chance. He didn't force many throws, a flaw that usually trips most young quarterbacks.
This move upset many Broncos fans who are division rivals with the Chiefs, but Kennison says that when he moved to Kansas City he felt right at home. Kennison signed a ceremonial contract with The Chiefs in 2010 so he could retire as a member of the team.
Here is more about Kennison and his "Going to Kansas City" story: