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Chiefs sign 4 players after rookie minicamp, including 3 offensive linemen to provide depth

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KANSAS CITY, Missouri — The Chiefs have signed four players from their rookie minicamp this past weekend and waived three other players to make room for them on their roster.

With a big need for depth on the offensive line, the Chiefs kept former Kansas center Daniel Munyer, South Alabama offensive guard Melvin Meggs and Baylor offensive tackle Kelvin Palmer.

The Chiefs also signed Sam Houston State running back Keshawn Hill.

To make room for them, the Chiefs waived offensive lineman Charles Sweeton along with fullback Manasseh Garner and tight end Earnest Pettway.

The Chiefs begin their optional full-squad workouts next week.


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