Deon Anthony is making the transition from college quarterback to professional wide receiver.
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The Chiefs signed wide receiver Deon Anthony and cornerback Justin Rogers while waiving defensive lineman Risean Broussard on Thursday as they finished the second week of voluntary team workouts.
Anthony is attempting to make the switch from quarterback, which he played in college at Troy last season. He should provide depth during the offseason while Kyle Williams recovers from a knee injury and A.J. Jenkins deals with a balky hamstring.
Rogers is a former seventh-round pick of Buffalo who spent parts of last season with Houston and Miami. He's appeared in 43 career games, making 64 tackles and three interceptions.
Broussard has missed the recent voluntary workouts because of a knee injury.