Dec 1, 2013; Kansas City, MO, USA; Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid during the game against the Denver Broncos at Arrowhead Stadium. The Broncos defeated the Chiefs 35-28. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Kansas City Chiefs Sign Offense Guard Otis Hudson

A week ahead of the draft, the Chiefs signed offensive guard Otis Hudson to a deal. Terms have not been released.

A 6-5, 330 pound former fifth round draft pick (2010), Hudson spent the last four years with the Cincinnati Bengals but never appeared in a game, spending most of his time on the practice squad. Injuries have been a small problem for Hudson, but nothing major.

Hudson was a backup right guard for the Bengals, but also has experience at right tackle. Versatility is something Andy Reid values so that may play in Hudson’s favor.

This is a depth move, not a right guard solution.


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  • Josh Michaels

    Agreed, he’s a camp body for sure.

    • unclejesse40

      I would have said the same thing last year about most of the moves that Dorsey made, and then they started a game at some point in the season. All signs point to depth move but Dorsey has a better eye for potential talent than I do, so hoping for the best.

  • BWrangler

    I like seeing some movement.