Kansas City Chiefs waive Dezman Moses, sign former Chargers linebacker


After the Chiefs re-signed Frank Zombo in free-agency and added speed rusher Dee Ford in the draft, the writing was on the wall for OLB Dezman Moses.

After racking up a mere five tackles in 2013, it was clear that the Chiefs desperately needed more pass rush production behind Justin Houston and Tamba Hali. By selecting Dee Ford, signing Vance Walker and retaining Josh Martin, Kansas City did just that.

Devan Walker, a 2013 UDFA who was released from the Chargers last season due to injury, faces an uphill battle as he aims to make Kansas City’s 53-man roster. Joining a team halfway into training camp with hopes to make the final roster is an uphill battle to begin with, especially if that player is recovering from a season ending injury.

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