Aug 9, 2013; Philadelphia, PA, USA; New England Patriots defensive tackle Cory Grissom (67) attempts to tackle Philadelphia Eagles running back Matthew Tucker (39) during the second half of a preseason game at Lincoln Financial Field. The Patriots won 31-22. Mandatory Credit: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports

2014 NFL Free Agency: Kansas City Chiefs sign Cory Grissom

The Kansas City Chiefs have been fairly quiet in free agency.

After a very successful season in their first year under Andy Reid, the Chiefs have to conserve money in order to pay several of their own players. They, of course, have lost out on some of their own free agents that they did not put as much of a priority on, as most successful teams do.

They did, however, make a move on Wednesday.

According to Aaron Wilson of The Baltimore Sun The National Football Post, the Chiefs have agreed to a contract with New England Patriots’ free agent defensive lineman Cory Grissom.


Grissom went undrafted in 2013 and wound up signing with the Patriots as an undrafted free agent. The former South Florida Bulls was placed on injured reserve after being hurt in the preseason.

The Patriots waived Grissom last week.

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  • Jeremy

    I’m so excited!!!!! I bet the odds of kc winning the superbowl just skyrocketed

  • ILChiefan

    Just trying to fill out the roster, make the bottom of the squad as good as it can be. Remember, last year at the time of the signings, we had never heard of McGrath, Parker, Cooper, etc. Let Dorsey do what he has proven he can do.

    • Jeremy

      I realize that. I was just being ornery. I trust in what the organization is doing….