They spoke with Daunte Culpepper, worked out Bruce Gradkowski, but in the end, it looks like the Chiefs have turned to Quinn Gray as the quarterback to fill out their roster.
Kansas City was putting the finishing touches on a deal Wednesday morning with Gray, who played with the Jacksonville Jaguars and spent last summer with the Indianapolis Colts.
Gray will take the roster spot of Brodie Croyle, who suffered a season-ending knee injury Sunday. Yet when the Chiefs play the New York Jets on Sunday, Tyler Thigpen is expected to start as Kansas City continues its revolving door of quarterbacks.
So far this season, Croyle, Thigpen and Damon Huard all have started and before the season is through, Gray might get his turn as well.
It’s not a stretch to say right now that, come April, the Chiefs will be in the market to use one of their top picks, if not their very top pick, on a quarterback.