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The Kansas City Chiefs have wrapped up the 2022 NFL draft, selecting a total of 10 players, but the festivities are not quite over.
The team will continue to add undrafted free agents to fill out their 90-man roster. They’ll need to add just four players in order to completely fill the offseason roster, but they could also release some reserve/future signings in order to make room for undrafted players. They’ll also invite a number of players to try out at their rookie minicamp which will take place either the first or second weekend following the draft.
The Chiefs have found some gems in undrafted free agency in the past. Tershawn Wharton is probably the most notable one on the roster right now, but others like Tommy Townsend, Shane Buechele and Jody Fortson deserve mention.
We’ll do our best to differentiate between undrafted free agent signings and rookie minicamp tryout invites. The Chiefs will ultimately announce the official batch of UDFA signings at a later date, but we’ll track all of Kansas City’s signings and list them here. Be sure to bookmark this page and refresh it for periodic updates.