The Chiefs have made a few roster moves on Monday, including officially adding a veteran defensive player.
While reports emerged Kansas City was going to sign defensive tackle Danny Shelton nearly a week ago, the club announced the addition on Monday.
Shelton had visited with the Raiders and Panthers before choosing the Chiefs. The former first-round pick appeared in 13 games for the Giants last season, recording 31 total tackles, one tackle for loss, and a half-sack. Shelton has appeared in 100 games with 72 starts for Cleveland, New England, Detroit, and New York.
All teams have to reduce their rosters to 85 players by 4 p.m. ET on Tuesday.