The Kansas City Chiefs will be signing AAF star cornerback Keith Reaser just days after the AAF stunningly dissolved, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
The Chiefs are familiar with Reaser, having signed him back in 2017.
Reaser played in all eight games for the Orlando Apollos this winter. He intercepted three passes, and defensed 10 passes.
Originally a fifth-round pick out of Florida Atlantic, Reaser began his NFL career with the San Francisco 49ers.
He then landed in Kansas City for the 2017 season, earning a practice-squad spot before being promoted to the active roster at the end of the year. In 2018, Reaser was placed on injured reserve while a member of the Chiefs, and then subsequently released.
In 30 career games, he’s tallied 34 tackles an one sack.