Chiefs Add CMSU’s Cosby To Practice Squad

From the Truman Sports Complex

The Chiefs have signed former Central Missouri State tight end DeMarco Cosby to their practice squad. He was working in the team’s practice session on Wednesday.

The 6-3, 245-pound Cosby was signed in August 2011 and went to camp with the St. Louis Rams. He was released on the final cut before the regular season started and then spent one-game on the team’s practice squad. He signed with Green Bay going into training camp last year, but was placed on the injured-reserve list late in the pre-season with a hamstring injury.

Cosby started 14 games for CMSU during the 2010 season, catching 71 passes for 970 yards and 10 TDs. He finished up as the school’s all-time most productive tight end with 141 catches for 2,146 yards and 20 TDs over his career in Warrensburg.

He attended Lincoln Prep Academy in Kansas City before heading to Central Missouri.

A spot was open on the Chiefs practice squad when DB Neiko Thorpe was moved to the active roster to replace DE Glenn Dorsey who was sent to the injured-reserve list.

One Response to “Chiefs Add CMSU’s Cosby To Practice Squad”

  • November 14, 2012  - txchief says:

    FINALLY! The roster move that will turn things around this season.

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