The Seahawks acquired safety Kelcie McCray from the Chiefs on Saturday, reports USA Today. McCray totaled 11 tackles in 16 games last season. The Chiefs will receive a fifth-round draft pick.
The Chiefs are bringing back three players from the 2014 team. On Friday, the organization announced that they have re-signed receiver Jason Avant, tight end Richard Gordon and safety Kelcie McCray. Avant was picked up by the Chiefs during the 2014 season after the Panthers released him during the season. With both teams, Avant accounted for 353 yards and a touchdown. Gordon spent time with both the Titans and the Chiefs last season and did not record any offensive stats. McCray played in all 16 games for the Chiefs a year ago and recorded 11 tackles.
The Chiefs have swapped guard Rishaw Johnson to the Buccaneers for safety Kelcie McCray. The latter played in 15 games combined for Miami and Tampa Bay in 2013. He managed eight tackles and four assists a year ago. Johnson started one of the three games in which he participated for Kansas City in 2013.
The Buccaneers claimed safety Kelcie McCray off waivers from the Dolphins.
The Dolphins waived fullback Tyler Clutts and safety Kelcie McCray, reports the Miami Herald.