Kansas City Chiefs Free Agency Tracker: Additions, Losses And Everything In Between

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Re-Signings, Restructures And Renegotiations

Tamba Hali, OLB

Hali’s 44 solo tackles led all 3-4 outside linebackers last season.


CBS Sports’ Joel Corry:

Mike DeVito, DE

In 2013, DeVito graded out as PFF’s No. 7 3-4 defensive end. Furthermore, he ranked No. 4 versus the run.

Pro Football Talk’s Mike Florio:


Dezman Moses, OLB

Moses missed the 2014 season due to elbow surgery.

Paylor reports that the Chiefs have re-signed the special-teamer to a one-year deal.

The Kansas City Star‘s Terez Paylor:

Josh Martin, OLB

This was the most underrated move of the weekend. Josh Martin is one of the more obscure names on the Chiefs roster, but he’s a solid outside linebacker prospect and only 23 years old.

More importantly, though, PFF ranked him as the league’s top special-teamer last season.


Josh Mauga, ILB

I doubt that Mauga starts alongside Derrick Johnson. The Chiefs utilize a weak-side inside linebacker and strong-side inside linebacker, and both Johnson and Mauga are more accustomed to the former role.


Demetrius Harris, TE

Harris’ ceiling is in the clouds, but at this point, he’s still a project.


Junior Hemingway, WR

With Da’Rick Rogers now on-board, Hemingway’s roster spot could depend on his special teams play.