The Kansas City Chiefs officially re-signed DB Dakari Monroe to a contract on Tuesday.
Monroe wound up going undrafted out of San Jose State back in April. He later agreed to a three-year, $1.755 million contract with the Chiefs.
However, Kansas City elected to cut Monroe loose a few days later.
During his college career at SJSU, Monroe recorded 105 tackles, one sack, seven interceptions, a defensive touchdown, and a fumble recovery over the course of four seasons and 30 games.