Buccaneers trade Kelcie McCray to Chiefs for Rishawn Johnson

Buccaneers, Chiefs work a trade Aaron Wilson

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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers traded safety Kelcie McCray to the Kansas City Chiefs in exchange for offensive guard Rishaw Johnson.

Johnson was beaten out by Zach Fulton for the starting right guard job.

Johnson is expected to compete with Oniel Cousins at left guard in Tampa Bay.


Johnson played three games with one start for the Chiefs last season.

McCray played 11 games for the Buccaneers and four for the Dolphins last year, recording 12 tackles for Tampa Bay.

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