Chiefs Sign Webb and Three Rookie Free Agents

The team has signed free agent tackle J’Marcus Webb, and added three rookie free agents.

The Kansas City Chiefs announced on Monday that the club has signed free agent tackle J'Marcus Webb. Additionally, the team has added three rookie free agents. Below is a look at today's additions.

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Webb (6-7, 333) has played in 54 games (45 starts) in four NFL seasons with the Minnesota Vikings (2013) and Chicago Bears (2010-12). He has played both tackle positions along the offensive line during his tenure in the NFL and started two postseason contests (2011). Webb originally entered the NFL as a seventh-round draft choice (218th overall) of the Chicago Bears in the 2010 NFL Draft. Prior to playing his final two collegiate seasons at West Texas A&M (2008-09), he spent one year at Navarro College (2007) and one season at the University of Texas (2006). He prepped at Mesquite North High School in Mesquite, Texas.

 CHIEFS 2014 ROOKIE FREE AGENTS 

Player                              Pos.      Ht.        Wt.         College                  HS Hometown

James Baker                     FB         6-2        228         Idaho                    Deerfield Beach, Fla.

Ben Gottschalk                  C          6-5        293         SMU                      Sherman Oaks, Calif.

Cairo Santos                     K          5-8        160         Tulane                   St. Augustine, Fla.

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