Chiefs Add An OL, According To Report

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According to Bob Gretz of, the Kansas City Chiefs have signed OL Dustin Waldron to their practice squad.

Here is what Gretz had to say about the move:

With the mountain offensive line injuries, the Chiefs filled an open spot on their practice squad by signing OT Dustin Waldron out of Portland State. The 6-5, 305-pound Waldron originally signed as an undrafted rookie free agent in Miami. He was released at the start of training camp and claimed on waivers by New England. The Patriots released the 22-year old Oregon native on August 31st as they began the process of reaching the NFL regular-season roster limit of 53 players.

The Chiefs have yet to officially announce the move. We’ll give you a heads up when they do.

Topics: Kansas City Chiefs

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