The Chiefs today signed veteran wide receiver Mark Bradley.
A second-round pick of the Bears in 2005, Bradley's career has mostly been a disappointment.
He had his best season when he was a rookie, making 18 catches. That number fell to 14 the following season and six last year.
He was released by Chicago this year after playing in two games and not making a catch.
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The Chiefs could use some help at receiver, so the 6-2, 198-pound Bradley could eventually have an impact. One starter, Devard Darling, has three receptions, putting him on pace for 12.
Wide receivers other than Dwayne Bowe have a total of eight receptions.