The Kansas City Chiefs might be very cap limited at the moment, but the team is still making moves to improve the roster for 2020. The team announced Wednesday it had resigned defensive lineman Mike Pennell and fullback Anthony Sherman to one-year deals.
Sherman has been a fan-favorite for the team and his entering his eighth season with the team. While his production and usage in the offense has dropped in recent years, he remains a key player on several packages and on special teams.
Pennell was a recent find for Kansas City, signing with the team midway through the 2019 season. He helped bolster a run defense that at the time was struggling heavily. In the Super Bowl, Pennell made a key play to secure the championship with his hit on 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garappolo, forcing the game-clinching interception.