Former BYU safety Daniel Sorensen signed with the Kansas City Chiefs practice squad Thursday, returning to the team that waived him from its 53-man roster just two days ago.
The Chiefs announced the signing Thursday morning, adding that they had released defensive tackle Kona Schwenke from the practice squad to make room for Sorensen.
The #Chiefs have waived Kona Schwenke from the practice squad and have signed Daniel Sorensen to the practice squad.— Kansas City Chiefs (@Chiefs) September 11, 2014
The BYU alum played just one game for the Chiefs, picking up one tackle in Kansas City’s 26-10 loss to Tennessee on Sunday. He also committed a penalty on a Titans punt that led to a field goal for Tennessee.
He was then let go by the Chiefs among the several roster moves Kansas City made on Tuesday. The Chiefs also added former Broncos defensive tackle Kevin Vickerson as well as linebacker Jerry Franklin from their practice squad.