Chiefs Worked Out Four Players Over The Weekend

August 6, 2010: Defensive coordinator Romeo Crennel (L) of the Kansas City Chiefs talks with linebacker Cory Greenwood during training camp, on the campus of Missouri Western State University in St. Joseph, Missouri.

Source: Yardbarker.com

Adam Caplan of Fox Sports.com is reporting that the Kansas City Chiefs worked out four players over the weekend.

Three of the players were former Patriots. Go figure.

According to Caplan the team worked out WRs Kelly Washington and Sam Aiken as well as LB Pier Woods and S Derrick Alexander.

It makes sense that the Chiefs would be working out receivers given their severe lack of depth at the position. Alexander also makes sense as after Eric Berry, Kendrick Lewis and John McGraw the Chiefs have no depth. Former CB Donald Washington did some filling in for Lewis during the Houston game and played terribly.

If the Chiefs do decide to sign any of these players look for the to do it today. Tuesday is a team day off and has come to be known as “transaction Tuesday.”

My guess is if they sign anyone it will be one of the receivers. There is an unkonwn (to us) injury to Dexter McCluster and with Chris Chambers apparently in Haley’s doghouse, the Chiefs are desperate for bodies at WR.

Topics: Chris Chambers, Dexter McCluster, Kansas City Chiefs, Sam Aiken

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