The Kansas City Chiefs signed former Minnesota Vikings and Chicago Bears offensive tackle J'Marcus Webb, according to a source.
Webb visited the Chiefs during free agency and worked out for them recently.
He recently worked out for the Carolina Panthers.
Webb played in eight games with one start last season for the Vikings after being claimed off waivers.
Webb was cut by the Bears last year.
He's a former starting left tackle for Chicago who was replaced in the lineup at left tackle and shifted to right tackle when the Bears signed Jermon Bushrod.
The former West Texas A&M lineman has started 45 of 54 career games played.
The Chiefs also signed fullback James Baker, center Ben Gottschalk and kicker Cairo Santos
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