The Kansas City Chiefs are adding another receiver to the group. The team officially announced the addition of WR Zeke Markshausen. He comes from Northwestern where he caught 91 passes for 858 yards in 2009.
The only NFL tidbit on him is that he spent training camp with the Chicago Bears in 2010.
Via the Chiefs release: "He played in 27 games at Northwestern, catching 92 passes for 864 yards with three TDs. He added four carries for nine yards. As a senior, he registered 91 receptions for 858 yards with three scores. His 91 catches were the second-highest seasonal total in Northwestern history. He was an all-conference selection at North Boone High School in Poplar Grove, Ill."
He's listed at 5'11" and 185 pounds.
He becomes the 11th guy in a growing stable of receivers which currently include Jonathan Baldwin, Dwayne Bowe, Steve Breaston, Terrance Copper, Jeremy Horne, Dexter McCluster, Josue Paul, Verran Tucker, Jerheme Urban and Chandler Williams.