The Kansas City Chiefs have agreed to terms with four reserve future free agents who spent at least part of the season on the team’s practice squad.

The Kansas City Chiefs have agreed to terms with four reserve future free agents who spent at least part of the season on the team’s practice squad.
The team on Tuesday announced two-year deals with guard Brian De La Puente, guard Edwin Harrison, defensive tackle T.J. Jackson and running back Dantrell Savage.
De La Puente spent the first seven weeks of the 2008 season on the Chiefs’ active roster before spending nine weeks on the practice squad.
Harrison spent the entire season on the practice squad.
Jackson played in four games for Kansas City in 2008 and spent two weeks on the practice squad.
Savage played in eight games and spent the final six weeks on the practice squad.
Reserve future players don’t count toward a team’s offseason roster until March.