Kansas City Chiefs activate Dominique Jones from practice squad

Aug 30, 2012; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Indianapolis Colts tight end Dominique Jones (46) scores a touchdown on a 42 yard run against the Cincinnati Bengals at Lucas Oil Stadium. Indianapolis defeated Cincinnati 20-16. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

With starting tight end Anthony Fasano being ruled out for the team’s Week 14 match up against the Washington Redskins, the Kansas City Chiefs have made a move to bolster their depth at the position.

Kansas City announced on Saturday that they have activated tight end Dominique Jones from the practice squad.

Chiefs wide receiver Chad Hall was released to make move for Jones on the active roster.

Jones was signed to the team’s practice squad on Oct. 30 and now he will get an opportunity to shine on Sunday. Jones and Sean McGrath are the only healthy tight end that the Kansas City Chiefs will have coming in to this weekend’s game.

Throughout his professional career, Jones has played in ten regular season games — all coming with the Indianapolis Colts.

Topics: Dominique Jones, Kansas City Chiefs

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