The Chiefs also had veteran wide receiver Bobby Engram in for a visit today but he left without a contract offer, according to his agent.
Engram is 36, but had the best season of his 13 in the NFL with Seattle in 2007. He had 94 catches and six TDs.
He caught 47 passes last year.
The visit (Engram in KC) makes sense on two fronts. Back when Engram played in Chicago, he spent one season working with a young assistant coach, Todd Haley, who now is the Chiefs’ head coach. Also, the Seattle Seahawks moved on a receiver Monday when they signed T.J. Houshmandzadeh, leaving much less playing time for Engram, a 13-year NFL veteran.
Engram has produced at his two previous stops - five seasons in Chicago and the last eight in Seattle. Now he could have the chance to do the same in Kansas City.
Engram would likely vie for the No. 2 or No. 3 receiving job in Kansas City and be eased into new coach Todd Haley's system.