Chiefs sign Anthony Gordon

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The Chiefs have started their offseason program by meeting with players virtually. But as things get closer to Phase II, they’ve added a quarterback with some experience in their system.

Kansas City has signed Anthony Gordon, according to agent Steve Caric.

Gordon spent time with the Chiefs in the 2021 offseason program and training camp. He signed a futures deal with the team back in January of last year but was waived in August. He also spent time on the Broncos’ practice squad late in the year.

After going undrafted out of Washington State in 2020, Gordon signed with the Seahawks and spent training camp with the club. He was waived at the start of the regular season.

Gordon threw for 5,579 yards with 48 touchdowns and 16 interceptions in his senior year at Washington State.

2 responses to “Chiefs sign Anthony Gordon

  1. He was terrific in the early preseason a year ago. If he can develop his throw on the run skills, he might make a roster at some point.

  2. I have believed the NFL was going to miss out on this potential star. I personally believe the league whiffs on many many and the proof is the Kurt Warner’s and all of the hall of famers that went undrafted. I played football well, and major fan over fifty years. Gordon has lightening quick mind and arm and top placement.

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