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KC Chiefs undrafted free agent signings continue

The Kansas City Chiefs welcomed in eight new draft picks: 1 (1) OT Eric Fisher, Central Michigan, 3 (63) TE Travis Kelce, Cincinnati. 3 (96) RB Knile Davis, Arkansas. 4 (99) LB Nico Johnson, Alabama. 5 (134) CB Sanders Commings, Georgia. 6 (170) C Eric Kush, California (PA). 6 (204) FB Braden Wilson, Kansas State and 7 (207) DE Mike Catapano. Princeton. Now let's see who's next.


Here is another open thread to discuss the Kansas City Chiefs 2013 undrafted free agent signings. The Chiefs haven't announced anything yet so these are all unofficial at the moment. You'll find a list of the players the Chiefs have been connected to -- some of them are UDFA signings (like Tyler Bray) and others are just minicamp invites (like Dayne Crist). Note the difference between the two because many of the UDFA reports out there have not.

Missouri DE Brad Madison

Vanderbilt DE Rob Lohr

Wisconsin-Milwaukee Demetrius Harris (former basketball player the Chiefs worked out)

Kansas FS Bradley McDougald

Jackson State WR Rico Richardson

Columbia DE/LB Josh Martin

Sacramento State TE TJ Knowles (who the Chiefs worked out)

Texas A&M DB C.J. Jones

University of Charleston RB Jordan Roberts

New Haven DT Raheem Stanley

Ole Miss OL A.J. Hawkins

Kansas DE/LB Toben Opurum

Maryland LB Darin Drakeford

Michigan WR Darryl Stonum (last played in 2010)

Kansas QB Dayne Crist

Alabama A&M RB Kaderius Lacey

Ole Miss DE E.J. Epperson

Oregon State OL Colin Kelly

Indiana C Will Matte

Toledo DE TJ Fatinikun

Tennessee QB Tyler Bray

Villanova LS Adam Nelson

Florida WR Frankie Hammond

Stanford WR Drew Terrell

West Alabama FS Otha Foster III

Louisville C Mario Benavides

West Alabama LB Ridge Wilson

Duke CB Tony Foster

Missouri P Trey Barrow

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