KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Chiefs announced Wednesday some changes to their defensive backfield, with the signing of two players and release of two others.
The team singed rookie safety Malcom Bronson and free agent safety Quintin Demps.
Bronson played in 40 games in four years at McNeese State, recording 230 tackles, 10 interceptions, three forced fumbles and two recovered fumbles.
Demps is looking for a spot on an NFL roster for a sixth season. He played the last three seaons with the Houston Texans. In the previous two years, he played with current Chiefs head coach Andy Reid in Philadelphia, who drafted him out of UTEP in the fourth round in 2008.
The Chiefs also released two rookies who were vying for a spot on the roster – safety Justin Glenn (Washington) and cornerback James Rogers (Michigan).
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