The Kansas City Chiefs have started to work out a few different candidates for their secondary, having lost a few players to injury since the start of the NFL season. As reported by NFL reporter Adam Caplan on Twitter, they have brought in three different secondary options recently.
As noted previously, the Chiefs worked out CBs Darius Butler and Frank Walker late last week. S Derrick Martin did as well.— Adam Caplan (@caplannfl) September 24, 2012
Butler is a former Patriots draft pick who was selected in the in the 2009 draft's second round. Walker is an NFL veteran who most recently played for the Dallas Cowboys in 2011. Martin was a 2006 draft pick out of Wyoming who played on the two most recent Super Bowl winning teams in New York and Green Bay.
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