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The Kansas City Chiefs have signed veteran offensive lineman Tony Ugoh, a second-round pick of the Colts in 2007. He has 28 starts in five NFL seasons. If he makes the team, it will be in a reserve role.
In other AFC West news:
New Oakland general manager Reggie McKenzie told the Oakland Tribune the Raiders “have the makings of a playoff team.” Again, the key is health for this talented team that lacks depth.
Former Oakland linebacker Darryl Blackstock has signed with Baltimore.
San Diego has released tackle Tra Thomas from its reserve/retired list. He never played a game for the Chargers.
Rachel Nichols will work from the sidelines during the Chargers at Oakland game in a Week 1 "Monday Night Football” doubleheader on ESPN on Sept. 10.