Dayne Crist tried out for the KC Chiefs last weekend but has found a job with another team -- the Baltimore Ravens, who announced on Wednesday that Crist has agreed to terms.
Crist was among the 36 tryout players for the Chiefs last weekend. He was the second best quarterback on the field behind Tyler Bray. After watching practice, I'm not surprised Crist wasn't signed by the Chiefs because Bray was clearly the better quarterback.
The Ravens, however, feel he's worth a look-see in the offseason. He'll join starter Joe Flacco and backups Tyrod Taylor and Caleb Hanie.
Crist started off with Charlie Weis at Notre Dame before moving onto Kansas, again with Charlie Weis. He went undrafted last April and tried out for the Chiefs at their rookie minicamp.
The Chiefs ended up signing six other tryout players: DL Risean Broussard, S Greg Castillo, DE Miguel Chavis, S Justin Glenn, RB Jordan Roberts and DB James Rogers. Read more on those guys here.
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