The Kansas City Chiefs have confirmed four roster moves for the practice squad.
We passed along the news yesterday that the team had cut TE Adam Schiltz from the practice squad while they signed long snapper Charley Hughlett. Speaking of that long snapper signing...
#Chiefs sign a long snapper to practice squad a day after Andy Reid cited problems with the snap and hold on Santos misses— Randy Covitz (@randycovitz) December 17, 2014
There are two more roster moves announced by the team.
WR Armon Binns, who was on the Chiefs practice squad, was placed on the practice squad / injured list. I'm not sure what his injury is.
The Chiefs also signed WR Corbin Louks to the practice squad. Louks is listed as 6', 200-pound receiver who has a history of playing a lot of positions.
Louks began his college career at the University of Utah where he played running back for the Utes, rushing 60 times for 380 yards (6.3 avg.) and four touchdowns during the 2007-08 seasons. He then transferred to the University of Nevada in 2009 and had to sit out the season. He opened 2010 as the starting safety and moved to wide receiver in 2011. He caught 26 passes for 303 yards and one touchdown during his senior season.
We don't think much about the practice squad now but a couple of those guys could easily be on the active roster next season.