The Kansas City Chiefs continue to be busy adding undrafted free agent signings. The period to negotiate with UDFAs opened on Monday night and the period to sign them started at 9:00 a.m. (Arrowhead time) this morning.
So far, the Chiefs have reportedly picked up Auburn CB Demond Washington, Virginia Union OT David Mims, Tennessee-Chattanooga OL Chris Harr and Texas A&M DT/DE Lucas Patterson.
We've got two more names to add to the list -- Central Connecticut WR Josue Paul and Oregon DT Brandon Bair.
Paul is 5'11", 223 pounds and is listed as a fullback and WR/H-Back. He ran a 4.51 at his pro day and wasn't picked up last April (like most fullbacks). Bair is someone the Chiefs expressed some interest in as the 2011 NFL draft was winding down so his signing isn't a major surprise.
So that's six reported UDFA signings for the Chiefs so far and I'm sure there are plenty more that have slipped under the media's radar.