Running back Knile Davis is back where it all started after coming full circle.
The Kansas City Chiefs announced on Saturday they had signed Davis after trading him last month to the Green Bay Packers.
Davis appeared in two games for the Packers before the team waived him on Oct. 31.
Davis was claimed off waivers by the Jets on Tuesday, but they released him the following day after coming to an agreement with fellow journeyman C.J. Spiller.
After a wild couple of weeks, Davis is back with the Chiefs, who are short on running backs after Jamaal Charles and Spencer Ware have suffered injuries. Charcandrick West will get the start at running back on Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars. With the Chiefs gaining steam in the AFC West, it might be time for Kansas City fans to look for sportsbooks to bet on the Super Bowl.
In Davis, the Chiefs are getting a player that is familiar with Andy Reid’s system and should feel comfortable playing on short notice.