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Chiefs sign former practice-squad tackle, getting roster to 90

The team has signed a 2019 undrafted free agent who has been with four NFL teams.

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According to Monday’s NFL transactions wire, the Kansas City Chiefs have signed tackle Wyatt Miller, getting their roster back to 90 players before mandatory minicamp begins on Tuesday.

Miller, 25, checks in at 6-feet-4 and 306 pounds. He was originally signed by the New York Jets as an undrafted free agent out of Central Florida in 2019, but was waived at their final cutdown.

He then spent most of the 2019 season on the practice squad of the Cincinnati Bengals before being poached by the Dallas Cowboys in late December. Signed to a reserve/futures contract at the end of the season, he lasted until the Cowboys’ final cutdown at the beginning of 2020.

Then in mid-December, the Seattle Seahawks signed him to their practice squad, where he stayed until the end of last season.

After redshirting at Central Florida in 2014, the native of Douglas, Georgia started 34 games as the Knights’ right tackle over three seasons — including all of the games in his redshirt sophomore and junior seasons. As a senior, he started all 13 games at left tackle.

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