The Kansas City Chiefs hosted 3 totally free agents for sees on Monday, consisting of a familiar face. According to the NFL’s deal report, the Chiefs reported visits with OL Danny Isidora, WR Juwann Winfree and P Tyler Newsome.

Isidora, 26, was a former fifth-round draft choice by the Minnesota Vikings in 2017. He mostly operated as a backup along the interior offending line in Minnesota. In 2019, he was traded to the Miami Dolphins. He’s appeared in 24 career games in between the two groups beginning in a total of six games. The Chiefs are brief on offensive linemen on their practice squad, so signing Isidora could make some sense.

Winfree, 24, was a previous sixth-round choice by the Chiefs’ AFC West department competitor, the Denver Broncos. He was waived by the Broncos during 53-man lineup cuts. According to our good friends at Broncos Wire, Winfree only played in three games last season with the majority of his action coming on unique groups. He also missed out on many of training school with a groin injury.

Finally, the Chiefs restored Newsome, who was with the team for most of the virtual offseason program. He was released throughout the cutdown from 90 players to 80 players previously in the summertime. It’s intriguing that Kansas City would bring him back for an exercise. It’s worth keeping in mind that Tommy Townsend, who won the punting task in Kansas City, isn’t handling an injury or anything like that.

Does this signal that the Chiefs have some doubts about Townsend’s possible to action in and be the starting punter for the group? Everything they’ve said as much as this point would not suggest that. Perhaps the Chiefs anticipated that Dustin Colquitt would be readily available if they ran into injury difficulty at the position. That, obviously, won’t be the case now with Colquitt signing a free-agent offer with the Pittsburgh Steelers.

However, it’s excellent to see the group generating some new gamers. We’ll see if anything happens in the coming days as an outcome of these visits.