Chiefs Add Two To Practice Squad

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The Kansas City Chiefs continued their roster shuffling today by adding OL Rob Bruggeman and WR Zeke Markshausen to their practice squad.

From KCChiefs.com:

Bruggeman (6-4, 286)has played in two games with Atlanta (2010-11). He originally entered NFL as a rookie free agent with Tampa Bay in 2009. Bruggeman was a second-team All-Big Ten selection as a senior at Iowa.

Markshausen (5-11, 185) went to training camp with Kansas City in 2011 and Chicago in 2010. He played in 27 games at Northwestern, catching 92 passes for 864 yards with three TDs. He added four carries for nine yards. As a senior, he registered 91 receptions for 858 yards with three scores. His 91 catches were the second-highest seasonal total in Northwestern history. He was an all-conference selection at North Boone High School in Poplar Grove, Ill.

You may remember Markshausen from the preseason. The annoying announcer kept calling him “Zeke” because he was too lazy to do his job and learn how to pronounce the kid’s last name.

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