Follow the Kansas City Chiefs’ undrafted free agent signings with our live tracker

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The Chiefs finished their six-player draft with four more selections Saturday.

Their rookie class, however, is not complete. They’ve turned their attention now to undrafted free agents (UDFAs).

The Chiefs’ current roster has previous UDFAs Daniel Sorensen, Ben Niemann, Byron Pringle and Tershawn Wharton, among others.

Follow along below as The Star tracks the UDFA signings:

- BYU linebacker Zayne Anderson, a source told The Star. A hybrid linebacker/defensive back from BYU. Where have we heard this before? Anderson recorded 41 tackles last season. He had his best season in 2017, recording 61 tackles and two interceptions.

- SMU quarterback Shane Buechele, the school announced. Beuchele, who split his college career between SMU and Texas, becomes the fourth quarterback on the Chiefs’ roster, joining Patrick Mahomes, Chad Henne and Jordan Ta’amu.

- South Alabama LB/DL Riley Cole, the school announced. Cole had 15 1/2 tackles for loss over the past two seasons combined. He forced two fumbles last season and recovered two.

- Louisville cornerback Marlon Character, his agency announced. The 6-foot-1, 195-pound Character totaled 83 tackles, a sack, an interception and six passes defensed in three seasons.

- Nebraska cornerback Dicaprio Bootle, Sean Callahan of HuskerOnline reports. The 5-foot-10, 195-pound Bootle, who can play inside and outside, amassed 110 tackles, an interception and 26 passes defensed in four seasons for the Cornhuskers.

- Georgia defensive end Malik Herring, the school announced. The 6-foot-3, 280-pound Herrick finished his college career with 70 tackles and four sacks before suffering a torn ACL during Senior Bowl practices. He is on the mend.

- Western Kentucky safety Devon Key, a source confirmed with The Star. A prolific tackler in college, the 6-foot-1, 210-pound Key amassed 344 take downs in four seasons to go along with six interceptions and 19 passes defensed.

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