Kansas City, MO (SportsNetwork.com) - Onetime Oakland Raiders starting quarterback Terrelle Pryor was among 19 players the Kansas City Chiefs announced Tuesday have signed reserve/future contracts with the team.
Pryor started nine games for the Raiders in 2013 and threw for 1,798 yards with seven touchdowns and 11 interceptions in 11 overall contests that season. The former Ohio State star was traded to Seattle just prior to last year's NFL Draft, but was released by the Seahawks at final cuts and did not play this past season.
The Chiefs also announced that quarterback Tyler Bray recently tore the ACL in his left knee. Bray spent all of 2013 on Kansas City's active roster, but missed all of last season with an ankle injury.
Kansas City's reserve/future signings also include a pair of former Green Bay high draft choices, offensive lineman Derek Sherrod and defensive tackle Jerel Worthy.
Sherrod was the Packers' first-round pick of the 2011 draft who spent three- plus injury-plagued seasons with the team before being released in October. Worthy was a second-round selection of Green Bay in 2012.
Wide receivers Armon Binns and Da'Rick Rogers, both of whom have previous NFL experience, were also signed along with tight ends Brandon Barden and Adam Schlitz, wide receivers Corbin Louks and Fred Williams, linebacker Jo Jo Dickson, defensive tackle Hebron Fangupo, offensive tackle Curtis Feigt, long snappers Brandon Hartson and Jorgen Hus, guards Ricky Henry and Jarrod Pughsley, cornerbacks Aaron Hester and Deji Olatoye and fullback Spencer Ware.