Former Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Damion Square (77) Mandatory Credit: Brad Mills-USA TODAY Sports

Damion Square Added By The Kansas City Chiefs

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Damion Square, a defensive end who played his college games for the Alabama Crimson Tide, was claimed by the Kansas City Chiefs off waivers from the Philadelphia Eagles.

Terez Paylor of the Kansas City Star, reported that Square took the roster spot of fourth tight end, Richard Gordon.


Square played sparingly last season for the Eagles, seeing action in just ten games. He recorded 5 tackles and 1 pass defensed. He will help add some needed depth to the defensive line.

The Kansas City Chiefs also began to flesh out their practice squad. Players signed to the practice squad, according to Paylor, include Nico Johnson, Ben Gottschalk, Charcandrick West, Ricky Henry, Darryl Surgent, Fred Williams, Jerry Franklin, and Kona Schwenke.







Don’t expect this practice squad, or even the 53-man roster for that matter, to stay the same over the next few days. The Chiefs are thin on talent in the secondary, at wide receiver, and along the offensive line.

Damion Square will join Dontari Poe, Mike DeVito, Allen Bailey, Jaye Howard, and Vance Walker on the defensive line. Other than Poe and DeVito, the rest of these player are question marks. It is yet to be seen how effective this unit will be.

Last season, the Chiefs acquired Marcus Cooper, who will start at one of the corner back positions this year, and Sean McGrath, who played a key role in 2013 but has since retired, after the cut date.

Stay tuned for anymore roster moves by the Chiefs in the upcoming days.

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