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Andre Gurode works out for Kansas City Chiefs

The Kansas City Chiefs worked out free agent center Andre Gurode Wednesday.

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The Kansas City Chiefs continued the search to solve their center issues Wednesday by working out free agent Andre Gurode, according to Aaron Wilson.

Gurode, a second round draft pick of the Cowboys back in 2002, played nine seasons for Dallas at center before signing with the Baltimore Ravens to play guard in 2011. He's made five Pro Bowls in his career and has also been honored as an All-Pro selection twice (2007, 2009). Gurode has started 127 games in his 151 game career.

If signed, Gurode could possibly replace Ryan Lilja at center or Jeff Allen at guard. The Chiefs have already added two offensive lineman (Russ Hochstein and Bryan Mattison) since losing starting center Rodney Hudson to a broken leg last month.

Kansas City signed linebacker Bryan Kehl to take TE Kevin Boss' place on the roster earlier Wednesday so they'd have to cut another player to make room for 34-year-old guard if he is signed.