The Chiefs list of soon to be unrestricted free agents was chopped by one on Monday as the team announced they had re-signed veteran DL Amon Gordon.
It’s a two-year deal with no details on the financials.
The Chiefs have also locked up their only restricted free agent ILB Jovan Belcher. He was tendered an offer of $1.972 million, which would give the Chiefs a second-round choice if any team decided to sign the fourth-year linebacker out of Maine.
After a journeyman’s career, Gordon seemed to find a home with the Chiefs last year. His versatility was used at nose tackle and defensive end, as he contributed 20 tackles and two sacks. That was easily the best season of his career that has included stops with six other NFL teams.
Gordon played in 15 games with two starts last season, giving him 33 games of experience and six starts over his career.
His signing leaves the Chiefs with 17 players who will become unrestricted free agents on Tuesday afternoon when free agency begins at 3 p.m. CST.