The Kansas City Chiefs announced on Saturday that the club has re-signed WR
Copper (6-0, 207) has played in 78 games (seven starts) with Dallas (2004-05), New Orleans (2006-08), Baltimore (2008) and Kansas City (2009), catching 50 passes for 668 yards with six TDs. He also owns 27 kickoff returns for 520 yards and 57 special teams tackles during his NFL career. Copper saw duty in 15 games (two starts) with the Chiefs in 2009, ranking second on the squad with a career-high 16 special teams tackles. He entered the NFL as a rookie free agent with Dallas in 2004.
The East Carolina product concluded his collegiate career with 139 catches for 1,683 yards and three TDs after prepping at Washington High School in Washington, North Carolina.