With injuries to their offensive line, the Kansas City Chiefs signed offensive tackle Dustin Waldron to the practice squad. Chiefs coach Romeo Crennel said in his press conference that the move was made to add depth to the line.
Waldron spent the offseason with the Miami Dolphins and training camp with the New England Patriots before being released.
Kansas City's offense has struggled all season, averaging just 15 points per game. The passing attack ranks second-to-last in the NFL with 186.4 yards per contest. Protection-wise, however, the offensive line has allowed 31 sacks, which places them as a middle-of-the-road team.
Despite sitting at 2-11 with no postseason potential, the Chiefs will take on their AFC West rival, the Oakland Raiders, in a divisional meeting this Sunday. Kansas City also plays the Indianapolis Colts and Denver Broncos down the stretch, affording it the opportunity to play spoiler in terms of playoff seeding.