Chiefs Sign Stevie Brown

After having added a pair of defenders yesterday, the Chiefs have made another move to help solidify their defense. According to Terez A. Paylor of the Kansas City Star, the team has signed safety Stevie Brown. The player’s agent was the first to report the news via Twitter.

The 28-year-old didn’t play a single snap last season after being cut by the Giants in early September. The 2010 seventh-round pick ultimately played two full seasons with New York, starting a total of 19 games. His 2012 campaign was easily the best of his career, as Brown compiled 76 tackles, 11 passes defended, and eight interceptions. That season saw him lead the NFL in interception return yards, and he earned a pair of NFC Defensive Play of the Week awards. The Michigan product has also spent time in the Raiders, Colts, Panthers, and Texans organization.

As Paylor notes, the Chiefs have had success inking defensive backs to “one-year, prove-it deals”, including Quintin Demps, Kurt Coleman, and Tyvon Branch.

The team signed safety Jimmy Wilson to a one-year deal yesterday, and they also added linebacker Andy Mulumba.

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  1. E.J. Miller

    Great Decision ! Stevie will dedicate himself to TEAM!
    And surely will rock some ones world this year!
    Congratulations Stevie !

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