Chiefs sign veteran offensive tackle
By ADAM TEICHER
The Kansas City Star

The Chiefs and free-agent offensive tackle Damion McIntosh agreed to terms today on a six-year contract, the playerís agent said.

McIntosh, who will turn 30 this month, is a seven-year NFL veteran and a six-year starter at left tackle with the Chargers and Dolphins. Chiefs coach Herm Edwards wasn't available to discuss plans for McIntosh, but he presumably will become Kansas City's starting left tackle.

He would replace Jordan Black, who is an unrestricted free agent and can sign with another team.

Linebacker Napoleon Harris was scheduled to arrive in Kansas City today for a visit with the Chiefs.
Fairly good signing for Kansas City. I'm interested to see how much that six year deal is worth because I don't think McIntosh is worth big money, but Kansas City needed an upgrade over Jordan Black at tackle, so addressing the line is something they really needed to do.