The Kansas City Chiefs have re-signed unrestricted free agent defensive back Travis Daniels.|||||||
The team announced the move Wednesday without disclosing terms. Daniels has appeared in 41 games over three seasons with the Chiefs, with 47 tackles (28 solo) and three interceptions. He also plays on special teams. Daniels is a seven-year NFL veteran who was a fourth-round pick (104th overall) out of LSU by Miami in 2005.
The Kansas City Chiefs said they had signed free agent cornerback Travis Daniels on Wednesday to replace injured starting safety Jarrad Page.|||||||
Daniels attended training camp with the Chiefs this year but was released before the season began. He made 26 starts with Miami from 2005-07.
The Kansas City Chiefs have come to terms with Daniels, who played with Cleveland last year. Terms of the contract were not announced Tuesday.|||||||
The 6-foot-1, 195-pound Daniels began his NFL career as a fourth-round draft pick for Miami, where he played from 2005 to 2007 before going to the Browns. He has started 26 games and had 126 tackles, three interceptions and two fumble recoveries.
The Miami Dolphins traded cornerback Travis Daniels to the Cleveland Browns on Wednesday for an undisclosed draft pick.|||||||
Daniels played in all 16 games last season for Miami, including five starts. He had 27 tackles and an interception. The Dolphins took Daniels with a fourth-round draft pick in 2005. Then-coach Nick Saban made the pick after coaching Daniels at LSU. Daniels has played cornerback and safety. He started 14 games his rookie season and had 62 tackles and an interception. Daniels recorded 36 tackles and an interception in 2006.
The Dolphins will make a game-day decision on whether to use Daniels on Sunday. The cornerback has been sidelined for two weeks because of knee surgery, but practiced at full speed on Friday, according to the Miami Herald. Daniels has played in three games this season, two as a starter, and has 11 tackles and one interception.|||||||