Chiefs Agree To Terms With Bobby Wade

The Chiefs have reportedly agreed to terms with wide receiver Bobby Wade.

Wade, a seven-year veteran, was recently released by the Minnesota Vikings. He's the fourth veteran receiver signed by Chiefs this offseason, but unlike Ashley Lelie, Amani Toomer and Bobby Engram, Wade has worked with Chiefs' head coach Todd Haley in the past. Haley was Wade's receivers coach during 2003 in Chicago.

The Chiefs are Wade's fourth NFL team. He is coming off the two most productive seasons of his career, hauling in 53 and 54 passes in 2007 and 2008, respectively. He started 15 games for the Vikings last season. At 5-foot-10 and 186 pounds, Wade's body type is similar to most of the Chiefs' current receivers, save Dwayne Bowe. Top Stories