The Kansas Metropolis Chiefs added one other developmental quarterback to function a backup to Patrick Mahomes by agreeing to contract phrases with undrafted rookie Shea Patterson of Michigan, agent Bryan Ehrlich introduced Sunday.
The Chiefs additionally lately signed Jordan Ta’amu, who performed with the St. Louis BattleHawks of the XFL. Veteran Chad Henne lately re-signed with the Chiefs on a two-year contract and can enter the season as Mahomes’ important backup.
Ehrlich informed The Detroit Information that Patterson was “wading by means of the method … ensuring it was an excellent match.”
“It took a bit of bit longer, however now he is obtained a house,” he informed the newspaper.
Patterson and Ta’amu had been teammates in 2017 at Ole Miss, a 12 months earlier than Patterson transferred to Michigan.
Patterson threw for 8,800 yards in his 4 collegiate seasons, two at Ole Miss and two at Michigan, with 68 landing passes and 27 interceptions. He threw for 3,061 yards with 23 TDs and eight interceptions for the Wolverines in 2019.