KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - The Chiefs have signed former Vikings and Bears offensive tackle J'Marcus Webb and three undrafted free agents as they prepare for the start of organized team activities next week.
Webb started 45 of the 54 games he's played in over four seasons in the NFL. He has played both tackle positions and should compete for one of the backup jobs in Kansas City after starting left tackle Branden Albert departed in free agency.
The Chiefs also signed James Baker, a fullback out of Idaho; Ben Gottschalk, a center from SMU; and Cairo Santos, a kicker out of Tulane.
The Chiefs begin a three-day rookie minicamp Saturday. Full-squad OTAs begin May 27.
The team announced the moves Monday.
Posted by Stephanie Schultz