The Kansas City Chiefs are fine tuning their roster to make the best as it possibly can for training camp. Training camps allow for a 90-man roster, and the Chiefs have decided to worked out former Baltimore Ravens defensive end/linebackers Edgar Jones for a roster spot on Sunday.
Jones was an undrafted free agent in 2007 and signed with the Ravens where he spent three seasons with team. Last season he was with the Washington Redskins and the Ravens. In addition to playing defensive end and linebacker, Jones also spent time at tight end as well as special teams. The Chiefs are likely working out Jones due to his versatility of being able to play multiple positions.
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