The Chiefs inked Abram Elam over the weekend and he was at the team’s OTAs on Monday. Being in the NFL for six years, Elam has played for the Browns, Jets and had two stints with the Cowboys (they drafted him in 2006 and he played for them again last year and started every game). He has started in 64 of the 92 games he appeared in and accumulated 365 tackles, 5 sacks and 3 INTs.
Elam gives the Chiefs the insurance they need in a very thin secondary. He will play behind Pro-Bowler Eric Berry, who is recovering from a torn ACL he suffered at the beginning of last season; free safety Kendrick Lewis is also recovering from his offseason shoulder injury after getting banged up in Week 13 against the Chicago Bears.
Written by – Arnold Glass II – AFC West Writer