The Iowa State prospect had a more decorated college career than most undrafted free agents.
The Chiefs have struck gold on undrafted free agents before. Could the Georgia defensive lineman be next?
The Chiefs have struck gold on undrafted free agents before. Could the South Alabama linebacker be next?
The Chiefs have struck gold on undrafted free agents before. Could the Nebraska defensive back be next up?
This undrafted rookie could push Armani Watts for one of the final spots in the safety room.
The wideout out of Vanderbilt draws some similarity to former Chiefs and current Jacksonville Jaguars receiver Chris Conley.
The Auburn cornerback has the athletic skills to succeed in the NFL. If he can improve his mental game, he’ll be hard to cut.
When you’re not the biggest or fastest guy on the field, you have to play harder and smarter.
The Chiefs have made a significant investment in the undrafted free agent center from Mississippi State — and with some work, the investment could pay off.
Every year, NFL teams take shots on low-risk, high-reward signings. In the end, those players can make all the difference.
The former Princeton quarterback is an intriguing prospect for the Chiefs and Andy Reid.
Thompson’s route running and raw skills could see him break into the Chiefs’ WR room.
The Chiefs need a second tight end, and this lottery ticket should be in the mix to win the position.
The 6-foot-4, 215-pound receiver should be a player to watch at Chiefs training camp up in St. Joseph.
Williams is one of six running backs on the Chiefs roster headed into training camp.
The Chiefs landed a UDFA CB that could make the 53-man roster.