Chiefs Undrafted Free Agent Tracker

The NFL Draft is over but the Chiefs scouts are hitting the streets trying to sign a few more good man that were not selected in the 2010 NFL Draft. Warpaint Illustrated will continue to update the Chiefs undrafted free agent signings as they happen.

1. Mike Johnson Outside Linebacker - North Alabama
He was the Gulf South Defensive Player of the Year. He's 6'4" and weighs 255 pounds which makes him one of the heavier linebackers on the Chiefs roster. He had 113 tackles a year ago and five sacks and seems to fit a growing need of the Chiefs - finding someone who can sack an opposing quarterback. He along with the Chiefs 5th round pick Cameron Sheffield and Andy Studebaker should provide solid depth to Tamba Hali and Mike Vrabel.

2. Jeremy Horne-Murdock Wide Receiver - Umass
Though his numbers slid dramatically in 2009 he's a tall receiver standing 6'3" tall and has decent speed. He had 50 catches as a junior with eight touchdowns but only managed 22 receptions in 2009 and three scores. He originally signed with Syracuse but transferred after his freshman season.

3. Andrew Lewis Offensive Lineman - Oklahoma State
Did the Chiefs find their future center? He was a 26 game starter for Cowboys offensive line the last three years moving between Guard and Center. A year ago out of need he moved back to Guard so it appears the Chiefs like his versatility.

4. Austin Signor Kicker - Eastern Illinois
The former Iowa Kicker transferred to Eastern Illinois two years ago. He adds depth for the Chiefs so they don't wear out last years 2009 star draftee Ryan Succop.

5. Rich Gunnell Wide Receiver - Boston College
Another team leader. He was one of two offensive captains for the Eagles. A shade under 6' tall he left the program with 181 career receptions and 18 touchdowns. He's a skilled receiver that could be a perfect fit in Kansas City.

6. Menelik Holt Wide Receiver - Nebraska
The four year performer for the Cornhuskers left the program with only 49 receptions. But his value may be on special teams as a gunner. He overcame a serious knee injury to make significant contributions to the Nebraska passing attack the last two seasons.

7. Nick Landry Offensive Tackle - Tulane
What he may lack in bulk can't match his 6'7" frame. The Honorable mention USA Conference performer follows a trend by the Chiefs to add offensive lineman in this phase of their search for roster gems. Tulane averaged over 300 yards in offense this season and Landry started all 12 games this season at right tackle.

8. Garrett Brown Defensive Tackle - Minnesota
It wasn't long before the Chiefs found themselves a massive defensive tackle. Considered a sure fire late round draft pick, Brown slipped through the draft but sifted through various offers and decided to compete for the Chiefs suddenly vulnerable defensive tackle spot. He's a space eater tipping the scales at 335 pounds. He finished his Gopher career with 99 tackles and 5.5 sacks.

9. Justin Cole Outside Linebacker - San Jose State
He was a two-time Second Team All Wac performer at defensive end. He registered 57 tackles and nine sacks a year ago. He should get an opportunity to become a back-up in Kansas City at outside linebacker.

10. T.C. Drake Tight End - Kentucky
The 6'6" Tight End was a part time starter for three seasons at Kentucky. Last year as a Senior, his first as the full time starter. His stats won't wow you only 20 receptions for 281 and a single touchdown. But his forte is blocking an area where the Chiefs struggled a year ago.

11. Tyler Eastman Offensive Lineman - Maine
For the second year in a row the Chiefs pluck a Maine Product. Last year they found Jevon Belcher and this year they snag one of his old teammates.

12. Lemuel Jeanpierre Offensive Lineman - South Carolina
The converted defensive end switched positions two years ago after a major knee injury. He played Guard for the last two seasons for the Gamecocks. He's known as a heard working player who never quits on any play. He'll be given a chance to upgrade the Chiefs depth at Guard.

13. Tervaris Johnson Running Back - Miami
The converted defensive back spent the last two years on the offensive side of the ball as a running back. He's primarily a special teams player and likely won't get a chance on offense in Kansas City.

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