Brenden Knox, Kansas City Chiefs, Rb
Knox inked a deal with the Dallas Cowboys during the offseason, sticking with them through the preseason and until 53-man roster cuts. He’s been a free agent ever since, with his only tryouts this season coming from Kansas City. According to agent Aston Wilson, the Chiefs have signed RB Brenden Knox to a reserve/future contract. Knox tried out for the team twice during the 2022 regular season, as the team dealt with injuries at the RB position.
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- Knox and Hardy are both rookie UDFAs battling to replace Rico Dowdle as the No. 3 running back for Dallas.
- Some school’s results have been altered by retroactive NCAA penalties.
- Listed at 6-foot and 225 pounds, he’s got the ideal size at the RB position for Chiefs GM Brett Veach.
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An undrafted free agent out of Marshall in the 2022 NFL draft, Knox is a powerful, squatty halfback. The 6-foot and 223-pounder was a bit of a workhorse with the Thundering Herd, with over 3,000 yards from scrimmage and 25 total touchdowns during his three-year college career. Last year, Knox went undrafted out of Marshall and spent training camp with the Cowboys, but he was waived at the start of the regular season. The wideout joined Kansas City via a reserve/future contract this offseason, but he couldn’t stick around following the conclusion of rookie minicamp.