The Kansas City Chiefs announced the signing of 10 players to the practice squad Monday morning.

The list features seven who were in St. Joseph for training camp, including wide receiver Da'Ron Brown, a seventh-round draft pick this year out of Northern Illinois.

The Chiefs also kept wide receiver Fred Williams, who hauled in three touchdowns on 15 catches during the preseason.

Also staying with the Chiefs is fullback Spencer Ware, defensive tackle Hebron Fangupo, defensive lineman David Irving, center/guard Daniel Munyer and guard Jarrod Pughsley.

Newcomers to the Chiefs include another 2015 seventh-round draft pick in Laurence Gibson. The Cowboys cut the Virginia Tech tackle this past weekend.

Cornerback Jeremy Harris also signed with the Chiefs. The New Mexico State product is entering his third year in the NFL. Harris joined Jacksonville as a seventh-round pick in 2013 and played six games last year. 

The third newcomer is Ross Travis, a 6-foot-7 tight end who played basketball for Penn State. He hasn't played football since high school, but attended the Houston Texans rookie minicamp earlier this year.

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