The Kansas City Chiefs are plugging away at training camp in St. Joe and GM Scott Pioli is plugging away at turning over the roster.
According to Aaron Wilson of the Carroll County Times, the Chiefs worked out former Baltimore Ravens DE/linebacker Edgar Jones today.
Pioli may be anticipating some extra roster space as reports out of camp indicate that safety Kyle McCarthy may have a serious knee injury. If McCarthy is finished then Jones or some other player looking for work could be brought in.
Jones entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent in 2007 and he has spent time with both the Ravens and the Redskins. He is a versatile player, having spent time at defensive end, linebacker and special teams.
While we are talking about the roster, there still hasn’t been any word on WR Dwayne Bowe. It appears as though Bowe plans to continue sticking it to the Chiefs by refusing to sign his franchise tender. If he decides to be extra stubborn, he could hold out into the season which could deal a serious blow to the KC offense.
Unfortunately, I’m not sure Bowe realizes that he is also dealing himself a serious blow. There doesn’t seem to be any benefit to his not showing up.
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