The Kansas City Chiefs now have two former University of Pittsburgh quarterbacks on the roster.
The Chiefs announced the arrival of QB Bill Stull.
He participated in the Chiefs rookie camp back in May so they've seen him throw a few balls.
The move becomes a necessity with the injury to QB Brodie Croyle, who was seen on Monday with a brace on his arm. No word on the severity of that injury.
Because if was Stull, someone who's familiar with the offense, it's likely that he's a camp body. He knows the offense and can fill in with the least amount of interruption.
My guess is that Croyle's injury is minor but could keep him out of practice for a few days.
To make room for Croyle, the Chiefs waived former Kansas State DE Jeffrey Fitzgerald.
He was running with the reserves and likely would have had a hard time making an impact at a position of depth for the Chiefs.