The Chiefs agreed to contract terms with two more of their draft picks, third-round tight end Travis Kelce and fourth-round linebacker Nico Johnson. Seven of their eight draft picks are now under contract. Only tackle Eric Fisher, selected with the first pick in the draft, remains unsigned. The Chiefs also signed cornerback Vince Agnew, who participated in this week’s mini-camp as a tryout player. The 5-feet-10, 196-pound Agnew played in four games as a backup last year for the Dallas Cowboys. He previously was a college teammate of Fisher’s at Central Michigan. Kelce, who played in college at Cincinnati, played a lot of snaps in offseason practice and showed potential as a pass receiver. He was the Chiefs’ second tight end behind Anthony Fasano, though he could get some competition for that spot in training camp from Tony Moeaki. Moeaki didn’t participate in offseason practice after having arthroscopic knee surgery at the end of last season. Johnson, who played in college at Alabama, was a second-team inside linebacker in offseason practice. He could eventually challenge Akeem Jordan for a starting spot at training camp.
Chiefs agree to contract terms with Travis Kelce and Nico Johnson
Kansas City Star | Jun 7