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Kansas City Chiefs sign 2 players, place 2 on injured reserve

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Tuesday roster moves for the Chiefs.

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The Kansas City Chiefs announced a number of roster moves on Tuesday. TE Phillip Supernaw was signed off the Ravens practice squad and RB Charcandrick West was elevated from the Chiefs practice squad to the active roster. These two roster spots were made available when RB Cyrus Gray and TE Demetrius Harris were placed on injured reserve. In addition, TE Adam Schiltz has returned to the practice squad.

Signed to roster

TE Phillip Supernaw (6'5, 248 pounds): Has played in four games in two NFL seasons with the Baltimore Ravens (2014) and Houston Texans (2013). He spent time on both the Texans and the Ravens practice squads. He originally entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent with Houston in 2012. Supernaw was a four-year starter at Ouachita Baptist, seeing action in 40 career games (38 starts). He caught 64 passes for 710 yards and 10 touchdowns. He prepped at James E. Taylor High School in Katy, Texas.

RB Charcandrick West (5'10, 205 pounds): Originally entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent with the Kansas City Chiefs in 2014. He has spent nine weeks on the club's practice squad this season. West played collegiately at Abilene Christian where he saw action in 39 games, recording 2,098 yards on 347 rushes with 28 touchdowns. He added 71 catches for 1,007 yards and seven touchdown receptions. West prepped at Springhill High School in Springhill, Louisiana.

Placed on IR

RB Cyrus Gray (torn ACL)

TE Demetrius Harris (broken foot)

Signed to practice squad

TE Adam Schiltz