The Chiefs signed defensive back Deveron Carr to a reserve-futures contract on Thursday, according to the NFL’s transaction report.
Carr, who is listed at 5 feet 11 and 190 pounds, is a second-year pro from Arizona State. He spent time with Washington, Indianapolis and Tampa Bay, but has not recorded an NFL stat.
Carr is the eighth player the team has signed to a reserve-futures deal, joining defensive back Keith Lewis, receiver Kenny Cook, defensive end Dominique Davis, linebacker Cameron Gordon, safety Jordan Kovacs, running back/fullback Trey Millard and defensive tackle Alameda Ta’amu.
Only players who are not on an NFL team’s active roster at the conclusion of the regular season are eligible for these contracts. Last January, the Chiefs signed three players who are still with the team — running back Spencer Ware, guard Jarrod Pughsley and receiver Fred Williams — to reserve-futures deals.
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