The Chiefs traded running back Knile Davis to the Packers on Tuesday, but that was just one of several roster moves they made a couple of days after beating the Raiders.
Along with formally announcing their end of the Davis trade, the team also announced the addition of four players to the 53-man roster. They have signed defensive lineman Kendall Reyes, cornerback Terrance Mitchell, defensive lineman Rakeem Nunez-Roches and linebacker Ramik Wilson to the active roster.
Reyes opened the season with the Redskins and played in two games before being released earlier this month. The Chiefs are familiar with Reyes after facing him twice a year during his four years with the Chargers. Nunez-Roches was a sixth-round pick by the team last year and played in seven games, making him the first player born in Belize to see NFL action.
Nunez-Roches, Mitchell and Wilson were all on the team’s practice squad. Wilson played 10 games with the team last year after being selected in the fourth round and Mitchell saw time with the Bears and Cowboys in 2015.
Defensive end Allen Bailey and linebacker Justin March-Lillard were placed on injured reserve and defensive lineman Nick Williams was waived in corresponding moves.