Kansas City Chiefs agree to terms with four players
KANSAS CITY (AP) -- The Kansas City Chiefs agree to contracts
with four players today.
The Chiefs agreed to a one-year contract with offensive lineman
Kyle Turley, who rejoins the team after being released in March.
The former Pro Bowler struggled with back problems last year,
and started only seven games.
The Chiefs also signed three more of their draft picks.
Defensive lineman Claude McBride signed a four-year contract.
Third-round pick DeMarcus Tyler and sixth-round pick Herb Taylor
both signed three-year contracts.
The team has now signed five of its seven draft picks.
The Chiefs have yet to reach deals with first-round pick running
back Dwayne Bowe and fifth-round selection Justin Medlock.
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