If the Kansas City Chiefs couldn't commit to the player they saw on the field, the Indianapolis Colts will take a chance. When they Chiefs hosted David Legree over the recent rookie/tryout mini-camp weekend, the former Hampton quarterback and Syracuse transfer was the lone QB around -- meaning he got quite a workout from the weekend and was able to show the Chiefs what he could or could not do. While Scott Pioli let him leave without a contract, Adam Caplan reports that he has a new home.
Colts waived 2010 fifth-rounder TE Brody Eldridge. Signed QB David Legree.— Adam Caplan (@caplannfl) May 17, 2012
Legree was hoping to catch on with someone and the Chiefs presented a great opportunity. Now the team will likely head to camp firmly committed to Matt Cassel, Brady Quinn and Ricky Stanzi. If something should happen to Cassel like last season, then the Chiefs should finally take the time and opportunity to realize what they have in Stanzi, their 2011 fifth round choice. If anything, 2012 should be a telling year for the position all around.