The puzzle pieces continue coming together for the new regime in Kansas City, as the Chiefs and former Dolphins TE Anthony Fasano agreed to terms on a four-year deal on Tuesday, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Fasano is the latest addition by Andy Reid and Co., who last week acquired QB Alex Smith in a trade from the Niners and signed recently-released CB Dunta Robinson. Kansas City also locked up WR Dwayne Bowe and P Dustin Colquitt with long-term deals, as well as designating OLT Branden Albert as its franchise player for 2013.
Fasano, 28, was selected in the second round of the 2006 draft by the Cowboys. He spent the previous five seasons in Miami, where he caught a career high 42 receptions in 2012.
The Chiefs had an opening at tight end after recently releasing Kevin Boss.