Chiefs signing offensive lineman Stefen Wisniewski

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The Chiefs have agreed to terms with offensive lineman Stefen Wisniewski, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

Wisniewski, 30, has played 123 games in eight seasons.

He has not had a job since the Eagles cut him out of the preseason.

The Eagles re-signed him in May after declining his option in March.

Wisniewski started seven games for the Eagles in 2018 after starting 11 in the regular season and all three postseason games in 2017.

He also has played for Oakland and Jacksonville.

12 responses to “Chiefs signing offensive lineman Stefen Wisniewski

  1. Now you know why Cleveland got rid of Cameron Erving. And with Cleveland’s glaring need for O-linemen, I still don’t understand why Dorsey never worked out Incognito who, with all his cookiness, is still an able and more than competent guard. And how did Wisniewski escape the be-spectacled gaze of Dorsey.

  2. I remember many years ago when the Raiders drafted him and getting really excited in the hopes he would be anything like his Uncle, Steve.

    What a disappointment.

  3. Great move,these pions saying he sucks are just Chief haters,great move and he beat pats in SB.

  4. lscratchingthesurface says:

    October 8, 2019 at 8:36 pm

    Hey Joe your posts are beyond disappointing.

    Cam Erving should have been given help blocking Houston. In fact should have been blocking someone else entirely.
    Cam Erving was blocking someone else entirely. He never touched Houston.

  5. Good pickup KC, Wiz did okay in Philly, considering the lineup he had to crack, was always doing spot duty in different configurations due to injury, he is a fast study and assimilate. Good luck and work hard Wiz, help Andy get his 200th win.

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