Chiefs sign three to practice squad

One released, two joined other 53-man rosters. Aaron Wilson

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The Kansas City Chiefs signed three players to the practice squad on Tuesday, those being running back Eric Kettani, wide receiver Jerrell Jackson and linebacker/defensive end Ridge Wilson.

Kettani was undrafted in 2009 before signing with the Patriots. Prior to training camp, he left to fulfill a military requirement after graduating form Navy.

Jackson entered the NFL as a free agent in 2012 and has had stints with the Texans, Jaguars and Bears.

Wilson is a rookie who went undrafted and has previously spent time with the Chiefs.

These moves were made after fullback Toben Opurum (Houston) and tight end Jake Byrne (San Diego) signed with 53-man rosters. The Chiefs also announced that receiver Fred Williams was released from the practice squad.

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