For 12 games the Chiefs went into battle with just two active quarterbacks. Going forward, the Chiefs will carry three.
After spending 13 weeks on Kansas City’s practice squad,
"This is the direction we've decided to go," Haley said at the time. “It's not without risk, but neither are any of the other decisions we've made and are going to have to make. You just try to make the best one for your football team."
To complete the roster move, the Chiefs placed CB
To fill Palko’s space on the practice squad, the Chiefs signed LB Micah Johnson. A rookie free agent out of Kentucky, Johnson was originally signed by N.Y. Giants, but attended the 2010 training camp with the Dolphins. Johnson played in Miami’s season opener against Buffalo before heading to the Dolphins practice squad. He was released from the Dolphins practice squad on December 1st.