The Chiefs signed two more players to reserve/future contracts Friday — defensive back Leon McQuay and defensive lineman Henry Mondeaux — according to a report from Charles Goldman of Chiefs Wire.
Reserve/future contracts are handed out by NFL teams at the end of the season to players they’re interested in adding to the 90-man offseason roster, often times for the purpose of seeing if they can develop those players over the offseason.
The contracts are low-money, low-risk deals that are usually one or two years in length, and the players who sign them are added to the active roster after the start of the upcoming league year. Players who were not on an active roster at the end of the season are eligible for these contracts.
Several players have been reported over the past month to have been added to reserve/future deals, although the Chiefs have not formally announced all these signings.
Here’s a look at the players to have been reported as signings so far, including McQuay and Mondeaux (* denotes Chiefs practice squad player during the 2018 season).