The Chiefs have shuffled up their defensive line after their first loss of the season.
They’ve waived defensive tackle Anthony Toribio and, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN, signed defensive tackle Kyle Love to take his place. Toribio played the most snaps he’s played all season on Sunday night after Mike DeVito left the game with a leg injury, but the Chiefs obviously decided they wanted a different option if DeVito’s absence is an extended one.
Love is a more experienced one. He started 25 games for the Patriots over the last three years, recording 65 tackles and 5.5 sacks. He was released in May after he was diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes, a decision that came after the Patriots gave him the choice of retiring or being cut loose.
Love signed with the Jaguars, but got dropped from the roster heading into the opening week of the season.