Looking for a spark for their defense, the Kansas City Chiefs made one of the surprise moves of the season Wednesday afternoon by signing veteran cornerback Darrelle Revis.

Revis had It has not been on a list since the New York Jets released him after the 2016 season, when his once sterling skills fell into decline.

"We are excited to add Darrelle to the list," coach Andy Reid said in a statement. "He has experience and familiarity with Bob Sutton's defense, he's a type of team and we believe that a player of his caliber can help our football team."

Revis, four times professional, overlapped in New York for six years when Sutton, now the defensive coordinator of Kansas City, was badistant under Eric Mangini and Rex Ryan.

The last team to lose a game this season, the Chiefs have now lost four of five, and their pbad defense is ranked 28th.

"Darrelle is a proven player in this league and we are very happy to add him to our high school, "Chiefs general manager Brett Veach said. "He has had a career in the Hall of Fame and his leadership and experience as a player will be valuable to our defense."


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