After wearing a Kansas City Chiefs uniform in his first four seasons as an NFL player, free agent defensive end Wallace Gilberry has landed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, as multiple outlets have reported.
Gilberry played 50 games at Alabama before entering the league undrafted in 2008. The New York Giants signed him to their practice squad briefly, but the Chiefs picked Gilberry up before the season began.
The team reported both Gilberry and Mitchell agreed to one-year deals with the Bucs. To make room on the roster, the Buccaneers released defensive end Hilee Taylor and waived rookie defensive tackle Myles Wade.
The Chiefs have made obvious moves to shake up their defense through the draft and free agency.