Former Texas A&M safety Steven Terrell is on the move.
On Thursday, the Kansas City Chiefs announced that they signed Terrell as a free agent. Terrell, 26, played for Texas A&M from 2009-12 before spending time with the Jacksonville Jaguars, Houston Texans and Seattle Seahawks early in his NFL career. He entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent.
He saw significant playing time with the Seahawks, totaling 32 tackles and two passes defensed from 2014-16. He had 27 tackles and one pass defensed last season.
The Chiefs went 12-4 last year.
We have placed Will Monday (P) on waivers.
We have signed Free Agents Josh Mauga (LB) and Steven Terrell (S). pic.twitter.com/LhrfNEieeh
— Kansas City Chiefs (@Chiefs) July 6, 2017