The Chiefs claimed ex-Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Damion Square to improve depth along a d-line that only had five players before Sunday. Square played for the Alabama Crimson Tide in college.
The Chiefs claimed ex-Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Damion Square to improve depth along a d-line that only had five players before Sunday. Square played for the Alabama Crimson Tide in college. File photo by Dave Martin The Associated Press
The Chiefs claimed ex-Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Damion Square to improve depth along a d-line that only had five players before Sunday. Square played for the Alabama Crimson Tide in college. File photo by Dave Martin The Associated Press

Chiefs add a defensive lineman to roster and nine others to practice squad

August 31, 2014 04:51 PM

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