The Kansas City Chiefs enter Sunday's game against the Arizona Cardinals with safety problems. S Jon McGraw has already been ruled out while S Kendrick Lewis and S Donald Washington are questionable. Last week, both McGraw and Lewis were out and it wasn't the best of situations as the pass defense was torched early against the Denver Broncos.
With a banged up secondary, the Chiefs worked out three safeties, according to Aaron Wilson of National Football Post -- Brad Jones, Ashton Hall and Jerome Boyd. Jones and Hall both spent time with the Ravens while Boyd spent time on the Raiders last year. Jones has played safety and cornerback in college while Hall is the one that broke Randy Moss' vertical record at Marshall.
Wilson reports the Chiefs also worked out offensive guard Dennis Landolt and kicker Todd Carter. Working out a guard makes sense given the injuries there. I imagine the kicker is just keeping tabs on the guys that are out there in case Succop does suffer an injury.
Check out the National Football Post story for more details on the players.