The Kansas City Chiefs lost backup quarterback Chad Henne to a fractured ankle during the preseason, and they signed veteran Matt Moore on Monday to provide depth behind starter Patrick Mahomes. Henne will have surgery on the ankle he broke during Saturday night’s game against San Francisco.
The Chiefs have two other quarterbacks with Chase Litton and Kyle Shurmur in the wings, but were competing for a No. 3 job behind Mahomes and Henne.
The 35-year-old Moore sat out last season after playing 10 seasons with the Dolphins and Panthers. He started 30 games and threw 45 touchdown passes with 36 interceptions.
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