The Chiefs lost one player to the collegiate coaching ranks this off-season, but stole another away.
Mike Vrabel announced his retirement from professional football over the summer to pursue a post-playing career as an assistant coach at alma mater Ohio State. It was a similar path Chiefs WR Keary Colbert took at alma mater USC before making a decision to resume his playing career this past February.
Few times does a second-round draft pick not play a regular season snap for two consecutive seasons, join the college coaching ranks, and then revert to making an NFL comeback bid. But thatís exactly what Colbert is trying to do with the Chiefs.