Chiefs Sign Braden Wilson

Oct 27, 2012; Manhattan, KS, USA; Kansas State Wildcats wide receiver Tyler Lockett (16) follows the block of fullback Braden Wilson (37) on Texas Tech Red Raiders safety Cody Davis (16) during a game at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. Kansas State won the game 55-24. Mandatory Credit: Scott Sewell-USA TODAY Sports

The Kansas City Chiefs continue to ink their draft picks. The team announced today that they have signed FB Braden Wilson.

From the press release:

The Kansas City Chiefs announced on Wednesday that the club has signed the second of the team’s two sixth-round draft picks (204th overall) fullback Braden Wilson. Wilson is the fourth of Kansas City’s eight selections to sign with the club.

Wilson (6-4, 256) appeared in 51 games (27 starts) at fullback in four years at Kansas State. He recorded 21 carries for 44 yards (2.1 avg.) with two touchdowns and added 18 receptions for 144 yards (8.0 avg.). Wilson was a two-way standout at running back and defensive end at Smith Center High School in Smith Center, Kan.

The Chiefs have already locked up RB Kile Davis, DE Mike Capatano and C Eric Kush. That’s half the draft class inked and it is still May.

Not too bad, Mr. Dorsey. Not too bad at all.

Go Chiefs.

Topics: Braden Wilson, Kansas City Chiefs

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  • KCPauly

    Dorsey don’t mess around, I like it…Go Chiefs!!!!!!!!!!

  • P Heitman

    This is a big dude, plain and simple.

  • Stacy D. Smith

    4 down, 4 to go.

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