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Kansas City Chiefs Officially Sign 10 Undrafted Free Agents

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We finally have word from the mothership on the undrafted free agent signings the Kansas City Chiefs have made so far in this young season of free agency. 

The team just announced that it has signed 10 players and we already had eight of them in our roundup here at AP.

We already knew of these eight, which the Chiefs confirmed: Auburn CB Demond Washington, Virginia Union OT David Mims, Tennessee-Chattanooga OL Chris Harr, Texas A&M DT/DE Lucas Patterson, UNC OT Mike Ingersoll, Central Connecticut WR Josue Paul, Oregon DT Brandon Bair and Michigan State TE Charlie Gantt.

And we can now add these two to the Kansas City Chiefs roster: USC OL Butch Lewis and Temple LB Amara Kamara. The Temple LB was mentioned yesterday. The Butch Lewis signing is new to us, although I do have to admit I caught a tweet from Lewis over a week ago talking about working out with the Chiefs but decided it wasn't enough information to run with.  

After the jump, I've compiled a summary of all of the current moves the Kansas City Chiefs have made so far:

Unrestricted free agents reportedly agreed to terms: C Casey Wiegmann, WR Terrance Copper, CB Travis Daniels, S Jon McGraw.

Unrestricted free agents remaining: DE Shaun Smith, LB Charlie Anderson, RB Jackie Battle, FB Tim Castille, OT Ryan O'Callaghan, LB Corey Mays, TE Leonard Pope, C Rudy Niswanger and QB Brodie Croyle.

Unrestricted free agents lost to another team: NT Ron Edwards (Panthers)

Other free agency rumors and reports: DE Wallace Gilberry plans to sign his tender, Chiefs trying to re-sign DE Shaun Smith, Chiefs and WR Steve Breaston may be close to a deal, DE Jason Babin says Chiefs are showing interest in him and the 49ers are prepared to lose NT Aubrayo Franklin.

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