KANSAS CITY, Mo. The Kansas City Chiefs aren't exactly stockpiling Joe Montana and Steve Young at the quarterback position these days.
But the Chiefs and new coach Andy Reid are wasting no time creating a new depth chart at the position.
On the same day the team's trade for San Francisco's Alex Smith finally became official, the Chiefs also reportedly added free-agent quarterback Chase Daniel, who played collegiately at Missouri.
ESPN was first to report Daniel had agreed to a deal with the Chiefs, and CBSSports.com also reported that Daniel's deal is believed to be for three years and worth approximately 3 million a year.
A Chiefs spokesman said on Tuesday the team would not confirm that Daniels had reached a deal with the club.
The Chiefs still have Matt Cassel on the roster, too, though it is widely believed Cassel will be released in the coming days. Cassel was due to make 7.5 million this season.
Cassel split duties last season with Brady Quinn, an unrestricted free-agen...