KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The Chiefs agreed to a one-year deal with outside linebacker Dezman Moses, a source confirmed Saturday with ChiefsDigest.com.
Financial details of the agreement, which was first reported by Terez Paylor of The Kansas City Star, were not disclosed.
The Chiefs have not announced the transaction.
Moses, who was scheduled to be a restricted free agent, spent the 2014 season on injured reserve after suffering an elbow injury during training camp.
The 6-2, 249-pound Moses originally joined the Chiefs on Sept. 1, 2013 after being claimed off waivers from the Green Bay Packers.
Moses was a part of the September transaction that became known as the “Second Draft” after the Chiefs secured safety Ron Parker, defensive lineman Jaye Howard, cornerback Marcus Cooper, linebacker James-Michael Johnson, tight end Sean McGrath and wide receiver Chad Hall off of waivers.
The 26-year-old Moses appeared in 13 games for the Chiefs in 2013, recording a solo tackle on defense and four special teams solo tackles.
Moses originally entered the league in 2012 an undrafted free agent out of Tulane with the Packers. He appeared in 16 games with six starts in Green Bay, recording 24 tackles (12 solo), four sacks, two passes defensed, a forced fumble and six quarterback hurries.
He spent the 2013 training camp with the Packers before being waived on Aug. 31, leading to the Chiefs claiming him.