KANSAS CITY, Mo. (WIBW) -- Another former Chiefs player reportedly wants to come home again before calling it a career.
In the same week Pro Bowl running back Jamaal Charles signed a one-day deal with Kansas City before retiring, defensive back Derrick Johnson plans to do the same, according to 610 Sports Radio.
By far the team leader in tackles, the University of Texas alum spent 13 seasons playing his home games at Arrowhead Stadium before signing with the rival Oakland Raiders last season. He was cut by the team in October.
The team has not confirmed the deal.
Like Charles, Johnson played in four Pro Bowls.