Found February 14, 2012 on
The Kansas City Chiefs have signed free agent defensive back Kyle McCarthy, the team announced Tuesday.
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The Kansas City Chiefs have shifted former New England Patriots offensive tackle Steve Maneri to tight end.
He even has a new jersey number befitting his new position: No. 87.
Maneri, 23, played collegiately at Temple, beginning his career with the Houston Texans after going undrafted.
Veteran cornerback Stanford Routt, released last week by the Raiders, is visiting with the Chiefs. The Chiefs don't need a cornerback unless they lose Brandon Carr to free agency.
Kansas City Chiefs coach Romeo Crennel has announced the rest of his staff, which includes quarterbacks coach Jim Zorn, who was passed over for the offensive coordinator position.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- The Kansas City Chiefs have signed free-agent safety Kyle McCarthy.
In Romeo Crennel's perfect world, the Chiefs already would have started the process of teaching new offensive coordinator Brian Daboll's system to quarterbacks Matt Cassel and Ricky Stanzi and some of the other players.
The Kansas City Chiefs have signed free-agent safety Kyle McCarthy. McCarthy, who played college ball at Notre Dame, appeared in 12 games over two seasons with the Denver Broncos before he was waived on Jan. 4. The Chiefs announced the move on Tuesday.