Chiefs Sign Free Agent Steven Baker

Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

Kansas City Chiefs GM John Dorsey has signed his first free agent.

The team announced Thursday that it has signed free agent tackle Steven Baker.


Baker originally entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent with the Indianapolis Colts in 2012. He was released by the Colts on Aug. 31 and joined the Arizona Cardinals practice squad roster on Sept. 3.

Baker played in 42 games at East Carolina, primarily serving as the school’s right tackle and also contributing on special teams. The Rocky Mount, NC native prepped at Northern Nash High School, where he was a multi-sport athlete.

There are surely plenty of more roster moves to come. Obviously Baker is a prospect Dorsey likes and wanted to snatch up as a potential camp body.

For those of you that might be wondering, free agency hasn’t started yet. We are still in the midst of the 2012 league year and will be until the start of the 2013 league year in March. Even though their season is over, the Chiefs can still sign any free agents that were released during this league year. For instance, when the Chiefs signed CB Stanford Routt last offseason, they signed him

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