2013 undrafted free agents: Chiefs sign 25

Chris Chambers

Kansas City had the league's worst record in 2012, but appears to be on the right track and could help its cause with a couple key signings of undrafted rookies.

The Kansas City Chiefs needed a total overhaul in many ways after a 2-14 campaign in 2012.

Enter new general manager John Dorsey and head coach Andy Reid, who have completely reshaped the roster in a matter of months. Out with Matt Cassel and Brady Quinn; in with Alex Smith and Chase Daniel.

The Chiefs made plenty of other moves in free agency, adding defensive end Mike DeVito, corners Sean Smith and Dunta Robinson, wide receiver Donnie Avery and tight end Anthony Fasano while losing only defensive lineman Glenn Dorsey.

Add in the re-signings of receiver Dwayne Bowe and punter Dustin Colquitt, and things are looking up.

Following a draft that included the No. 1 overall pick in left tackle Eric Fisher, the Chiefs continued to work, locking up an incredible 25 UDFAs, according to Arrowhead Pride.

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