With just 23 days before the opening of preseason the Kansas City Chiefs announced the signing of second round draft choice, tight end Kris Wilson (Pittsburgh) yesterday and sixth round pick, wide receiver Jeris McIntyre (Auburn) Monday.
Wilson was the team's second selection in the second round in the 2004 draft. He is the Chiefs third of the seven draft picks to sign this summer. At Pittsburgh Wilson played in 48 games catching 88 balls for 1,431 yards and 15 touchdowns. The second team All-Big East selection signed a four-year contract with the team, the terms of the deal were not disclosed.
McIntyre signed a three-year contract with the team, as with Wilson the terms of the deal were not disclosed. He played sparingly as a Tiger only starting 13 games in four years with the team. As a senior McIntyre started nine games with a career high 41 catches for 621 yards and three scores.
The two draft picks will join the team when they open up training camp on July 29. Also joining the team will be third round linebacker Keyaron Fox out of Georgia Tech and seventh round offensive tackle Kevin Sampson from Syracuse.
The Chiefs have just over a week to sign their three remaining draft picks before the start of camp. Their first choice, second round pick defensive tackle Junior Siavii of Oregon and two forth round picks wide receiver Samie Parker from Oregon and a defensive end out of Idaho State Jared Allen.