The Kansas City Chiefs have been hit hard in free agency, losing the likes of Branden Albert to the Miami Dolphins, Dexter McCluster to the Tennessee Titans and Tyson Jackson to the Atlanta Falcons.
Throw in guards Jon Asamoah (Atlanta Falcons) and Geoff Schwartz (New York Giants) and the Chiefs lost five players in the first hour-and-a-half of free agency.
The Chiefs, who have had plenty of their own free agents to re-sign, have made some minor moves in an attempt to provide depth.
On Saturday, the team agreed to a deal with Miami Dolphins’ free agent cornerback Chris Owens, according to Adam Teicher of ESPN’s NFL Nation.
#Chiefs have signed Chris Owens, a CB. Six years in NFL with Atlanta, Cleveland and Miami
— Adam Teicher (@adamteicher) March 21, 2014
Owens was selected with the 90th overall pick in the third round of the 2009 NFL Draft by the Atlanta Falcons. After four years in Atlanta, he joined the Cleveland Browns for a season before heading to Miami.
Last season, Owens played in just one game due to injuries.