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Chiefs Tweak Roster on Defense

Posted May 22, 2013

Team's secondary sees two players released and two more signed

The Kansas City Chiefs signed safety Quintin Demps and free agent safety Malcolm Bronson and released safety Justin Glenn and cornerback James Rogers, the team announced on Wednesday.

SIGNED

Quintin Demps (5-11, 208) joins Kansas City as an unrestricted free agent from the Houston Texans.

In five NFL seasons with the Texans (2010-12) and Philadelphia Eagles (2008-09), Demps saw action in 48 contests, totaling 61 tackles (51 solo), one sack, three interceptions, 13 passes defensed, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery.

He originally entered the NFL as a fourth-round draft pick (117th overall) of the Eagles in 2008. The San Antonio, Texas native played collegiately at UTEP and prepped at Theodore Roosevelt High School in San Antonio, TX.

Malcolm Bronson (5-11, 192) joins Kansas City as a rookie free agent after playing collegiately at McNeese State.

In four years, he played in 40 games recording 230 tackles (159 solo), 10 interceptions, 18 passes defensed, three forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries. He was the team’s MVP in 2011 and was on the 2012 Buck Buchanan watch list. The Jasper, Texas native was a multi-sport standout at Jasper High School.


RELEASED

Justin Glenn (5-11, 214) appeared in 40 games (16 starts) in four years at the University of Washington, recording 152 tackles (93 solo), three tackles for loss, four fumble recoveries, three interceptions and four passes defensed. The Mukilteo, Washington native prepped at Kamiak High School, where he was a defensive back and running back.

James Rogers (6-1, 188) played in 46 games (15 starts) at the University of Michigan as a defensive back and wide receiver, starting 13 games at cornerback and two games at wide receiver. He caught three passes for 64 yards during his career and added three interceptions and four passes defensed, as well as 15 special teams tackles. The Madison Heights, Michigan native prepped at Lamphere High School, where he was a three-year varsity letterman.

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