The Kansas Chiefs have signed a reserve or futures contract with the former Miami Dolphins (and Cleveland Browns) to succeed the former Miami Dolphins (and Cleveland Browns). Yahoo!physical education.
Cleveland Browns (Cleveland Browns) in the fourth round of the 2018 NFL Draft (ranked 105th overall), the former Floridaman’s penalty zone width was listed as 5 feet 11 and 200 pounds. After his rookie season began as Cleveland’s third receiver, after Brown traded Josh Gordon to the New England Patriots, he eventually became the starter.
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Callaway then signed with the XFL’s Tampa Bay Viper team, but became a reserve wounded due to a calf injury.
The Miami Dolphins signed Callaway to join their practice team in early September, and his previous NFL suspension was left for games. Then, he was suspended for four games for violating the league’s drug abuse policy.
“We did a lot of work on Antonio,” the Dolphins coach through Barry Jackson of the Dolphins Miami Herald. “We think this is an opportunity to add a talented player and this is what we did. We will work with him in the next few weeks. If we can, we will work with him and see where it goes.”
Callaway played five games for the Dolphins before being waived on December 21. All in all, he played in 25 NFL games in three seasons (including 14 starts) and collected 695 yards (and five touchdowns) in 53 receptions.
Callaway’s signing will not affect the 2020 season. The teams that have ended the season are already signing players for next year’s reserve/future team contract; the Chiefs just got players they want to try out during the offseason. We will see if Kansas City can once again find a way to take advantage of talented players who have had trouble in the past.