Former Packers LB Dezman Moses Indicates He Re-Signs with Chiefs

Linebacker Dezman Moses, who played for the Green Bay Packers in 2012, indicated Thursday on Twitter that he has re-signed with the Kansas City Chiefs:

As a restricted free agent, Moses did not receive a tender offer from the Chiefs before the start of the new league year, making it likely he accepted a deal for less money than he would received if he were tendered. He spent the 2014 season on injured reserve.

In Kansas City, Moses remains united with former Packers executive John Dorsey, current general manager of the Chiefs.

Elsewhere in the NFL, former Packers wide receiver Kevin Dorsey signed with the New England Patriots on Wednesday, according to the league's transaction wire. Dorsey was released by the Packers after the season.

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March 12, 2015 at 06:00 pm

Moses was an over achiever, his lack of decent speed hurt his chances of staying in Green Bay. Zombo has been a solid special teams player and occasional starter for the Chief's, too bad he couldn't stay healthy in Green Bay, the kid can play and he was well like internally. I believe the Chief's also signed Sherrod and Worthy, Sherrod unfortunately was severely injured and the other was a complete failure, how many times have coaches/teams believed they could get a guy with talent and even if he did not play every down hard they were the ones that could make him do it. I also believe they had McMillon on the practice squad for a while before coming to their senses.

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