The Chiefs have a date with the Broncos after their bye in Week 10 and they’ll have a different look in the secondary when they get there.
The team announced Tuesday that they have activated defensive back Sanders Commings off of injured reserve. Commings, a fifth-round pick this year, broke his collarbone at the team’s first practice of training camp and has been rehabbing ever since.
“All the indications are that he’s made really nice strides for the last couple of weeks,” Chiefs General Manager John Dorsey said, via Adam Teicher of ESPN.com. “He’s physically held up. He’s moved around athletically. It’s the combination he gives to you in terms of being able to play safety, corner and special teams. He gives you a little bit more speed, gives you a little bit more length and size.”
The Chiefs waived safety Bradley McDougald to make room for Commings on the roster.