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Chiefs Make Their Second Move Of Free Agency

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The Kansas City Chiefs have made their second move in free agency. This morning the club re-signed Terrance Copper, according to Josh Looney of KCChiefs.com.

Copper was an unrestricted free agent.

Copper was mainly a special teams player for the Chiefs in 2009 but did have one memorable catch in one memorable game.

On the Chiefs first offensive play of the final game of the season against the Denver Broncos, Matt Cassel went deep to Copper for 50 yards. It of course represented his longest play of the season.

Copper originally signed with the Chiefs last March. His familiarity with Todd Haley dates back to 2004 when he signed with the Dallas Cowboys as an undrafted free agent. Haley was with the Cowboys at that time.

Copper will turn 28 years old next week.

This is the second move the Chiefs have made in free agency. They re-signed RB Jackie Battle on Friday.