The Kansas City Chiefs have spent the past 48 hours improving in the trenches. On Monday, the team signed offensive lineman J’Marcus Webb, and now they have added to the defensive side of the ball by signing defensive tackle Kyle Love.
Love’s agent, Richard Kopelman of Klass Sports, passed along the news of the signing which brings Love back to Kansas City.
“When they let him go, we knew they liked Kyle, but it was one of those things where it wasn’t the right time or right place,” Kopelman said, via the Kansas City Star. “But we feel real good about his chances now because he’s coming in early and we’ll have opportunity to start fresh with everybody else.”
Love has also spent time on the Jacksonville Jaguars and New England Patriots roster.
While Love will not enter the mix as an immediate starter, he is a player that has 25 games of starting experience and he can provide some quality depth and flexibility for the Chiefs defensive front if he ends up earning a roster spot in training camp.