Chiefs bring back Dezman Moses


The Kansas City Chiefs brought back an old face on Tuesday, signing outside linebacker Dezman Moses.

The Chiefs held the first day of their four-day OTA on Tuesday, and a familiar face was at the proceedings for the first time this year. General manager John Dorsey brought back outside linebacker Dezman Moses into the fold after allowing him to leave in the offseason, according to Terez Paylor of the Kansas City Star.

This doesn’t seem like a huge move, but perhaps it will be as the season wears on. We don’t know when superstar outside linebacker Justin Houston is going to come back, and we are well aware that Frank Zombo is better off playing on special teams. If Tamba Hali or Dee Ford were to miss any action, the Chiefs might have to rely on Moses, who looked good in the preseason last year.

Kansas City will likely continue to churn the roster throughout the next few months before we get into the heart of training camp. Moses will need to play well to stay on the roster, likely drawing still competition from younger players.