Even though it’s just May, the Chiefs are obviously concerned about their situation at safety.
After conversations with veteran safeties O.J. Atogwe and Yeremiah Bell, on Wednesday they brought 6-year veteran Abram Elam to town for a visit.
The 6-0, 207-pound Elam played last year with the Dallas Cowboys, his second tour in big D; he came into the NFL as an undrafted rookie free agent out of Kent State in 2006 with Dallas. He’s played for the Cowboys, Jets, Browns and now the Cowboys again. His time in Cleveland was 2009-10, just after Romeo Crennel was fired as head coach of the Browns.
In six seasons, Elam played in 92 games with 64 starts. He has 373 total tackles with 5 sacks, 3 interceptions and 8 forced fumbles. Last year with Dallas, he started 16 games with 68 total tackles.