Former Baltimore wide receiver Devard Darling agreed to terms of a three-year contract with the Chiefs today.
Darling, who will be 26 next month, played four seasons with the Ravens, mostly as a reserve. He caught a total of 20 passes. Eighteen of those catches came last season, when he also scored three touchdowns.
Darling, who played in college at Washington State, was a third-round pick by the Ravens in 2004.
Darling should compete for playing time. Dwayne Bowe is the Chiefs’ only established wide receiver and Jeff Webb their only other serious roster candidate at the position.
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