The Chiefs look at a familiar face at linebacker

Andy Studebaker still lives in Kansas City. That'll make for a short office drive if the Chiefs bring him back.
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The Chiefs are reviewing their options on the free-agent linebacking market.

One option: Former Chief Andy Studebaker, who worked out for the team on Tuesday, according to ESPN's Adam Caplan.

Studie” was a fan favorite for his all-out special teams play before signing with the Colts. And he most notably recovered the “Phumble” — Philip Rivers' bizarre Halloween fumble that sealed a wild Chiefs win.

His duties would be split between the two, if re-signed. Justin Houston is ailing and the defense needs any help it can get to rush Raiders quarterback Derek Carr this weekend.

(h/t ESPN)

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