The Chiefs have added another tight end to the mix.
The NFL’s daily transaction report brings word that Kansas City has signed veteran Ryan Taylor to their roster. Taylor was released by the Dolphins earlier this month.
Taylor entered the league as a 2011 seventh-round pick of the Packers and played in 50 games for the team before being dropped from the roster last October. He spent a little time in Baltimore and then played eight games for the Browns to close out the season. Taylor saw most of his work on special teams, but did catch eight passes while he was with the Packers.
Travis Kelce has a lock on the starting tight end job for the Chiefs. Demetrius Harris, Richard Gordon and 2015 fifth-round pick James O’Shaughnessy will join Taylor in the scrum for backup work.
The Chiefs released guard Ricky Henry to make room for Taylor on the roster.