Chiefs sign Roy Miller

Rufina Vignone
Agosto 3, 2017

The Kansas City Chiefs boosted their defensive line depth by agreeing to terms with Roy Miller on Wednesday.

Miller joins Texas exes Derrick Johnson and Donald Hawkins in Kansas City.

An honor and a privildige to be a Kansas City Chief I know a lot of prayers and thoughts have been with me an I appreciate it! Miller was later released by Jacksonville back in March.

The team announced the signing of defensive tackle Roy Miller, formerly of the Jacksonville Jaguars and Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Miller's contract would lead fans to believe that he will be sticking around for the 2017 season, as it does include guaranteed money, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.

Miller was a consistent starter for the Jags over the past four seasons, but he tore his Achilles in 2016 which caused him to miss most of the season.

The Jaguars considered the 30-year-old Miller a defensive leader during the last four seasons. In 2015, he made 22 tackles and had 4.0 sacks. They did bring in Bennie Logan to take over as their primary nose tackle, with Montori Hughes and Cam Thomas in backup roles.

The NFLPA salary cap report showed the Chiefs with $9.7 million in available cap space before Miller's signing.

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