On Monday, the Kansas City Chiefs signed Matt Dickerson and cut Shilique Calhoun in a defensive end trade.
Dickerson was released July 29 by the Arizona Cardinals. He has been playing in 18 NFL games with the Tennessee Titans, from 2018-20.
The former UCLA star recorded 15 tackles and two quarterback hits in those 18 appearances while playing on defense and special teams.
Dickerson was last season on the practice squads for the Cardinals, and the Las Vegas Raiders.
Chiefs have signed DE Matt Dickerson, who is at practice wearing No. 96 this morning. Waived DE Shalique Calhoun to make space on the 90.
— Matt Derrick (@mattderrick) August 8, 2022
Calhoun was a former Michigan State star and third-round pick in the draft. He signed a futures agreement with Kansas City this offseason.
The New Jersey native played in 51 games between 2016-20 for the Raiders/New England Patriots.
Calhoun’s NFL record includes 56 tackles, 2.5sacks and three forced forfeits. Calhoun played 10 games in New England last year and was part of the practice squads for the Chiefs in 2021.