Oct. 09, 2011; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Kansas City Chiefs helmet seen on the field prior to the game against the Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium. Mandatory credit: Michael Hickey-USA TODAY Sports

Report: Chiefs To Sign UFA CJ Jones

The Kansas City Chiefs have reportedly signed CJ Jones, a defensive back from Texas A & M University.

The Chiefs continue to stay busy in the undrafted free agent market, signing Jones to a contract. He sent out a very excited tweet, announcing the news to the world.


That tweet was quickly followed up by a shout to his former Aggie teammate, Cyrus Gray who will be with him once again in KC.


As head coach Andy Reid and general manager, John Dorsey pointed out in their post draft press conference, they will continue to bring guys in who can not only compete, but also help their teammates get better by providing competition. CJ is one of those guys who will help his teammates get better.

Jones did not have a stellar season in College Station by any means. He barely played and when he did, he didn’t contribute a whole lot to the outcome of the football game. He’ll be a good camp body that will make the roster as a special teamer, if at all. He’s got his foot in the door, and sometimes, that’s all it takes.

What do you think, Addicts? Do you approve of the latest Chief from the state of Texas?

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  • BigGil

    I like him better as a potential FS than CB and think he could stick as a FS. Before the report on Bray this guy was one of the only signings that I thought could stick. Not the only one. But close to it. Outside of McDougald and Demetrius Harris and 2-3 DL (at least one of which projects as a 3-4 OLB pass rusher). There was an early report that KC signed Ryan Spadola out of Lehigh (nfldraftscout had him ranked as the 25th best WR, he just comes from a tiny ass PA school), but, alas, he signed with the Jets ultimately (which really bummed me out, but then I like when local PA boys can make it on my favorite team several states removed).