Changed 04 May 2020, 04:30 IST
Kansas City Chiefs of Migration have agreed to a deal with quarterback Shea Patterson.
The deal was announced by Patterson’s agent Brian Ehrlich.
Patterson began his college career in Mississippi before Ally moved to Michigan after his sophomore season in 2013 after suffering an NCAA ban.
He was able to play in Michigan immediately without the need to sit for a year and has started all 26 games for the Wolverines in the last two seasons, throwing 5,661 yards with 45 touchdowns and 15 interceptions.
Patterson fell on most of the team’s draft boards, however, due to some inconsistent play in 2019 and a pedestrian’s performance in this year’s Senior Bowl, crossed 130 yards with a touchdown and an interception.
With Patrick Mahoms and backup Chad Henny captaining the Super Bowl champions at QB, Patterson will likely compete with XFL former quarterback Jordan Tayamu for the number three job.