The Chiefs worked out seven players on Tuesday, signing two to the practice squad.
The two who signed were safety Jimmy Hall, a former undrafted free agent from Northwestern, and quarterback Joel Stave, an undrafted rookie from Wisconsin.
The Chiefs also worked out receiver Dres Anderson, inside linebacker Amarlo Herrera, safety/linebacker Dwayne Norman, running back Isaiah Pead and safety Earl Wolff.
Anderson, 24, is the son of former NFL receiver Willie “Flipper” Anderson. Dres Anderson, the former Utah star, went undrafted in 2015.
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Hererra, 25, was a sixth-round pick of the Indianapolis Colts in 2015.
Norman, 23, is an undrafted rookie from Duke.
Pead, 26, was a second-round pick of the former St. Louis Rams in 2012.
Wolff, 26, was a fifth-round pick of the Philadelphia Eagles in 2013.