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Chiefs give offensive lineman Jah Reid a three year extension

Jah Reid the former Haines City High School offensive tackle received a pay raise today from the Chiefs

Jah Reid the former Haines City High School offensive tackle received a pay raise today from the Chiefs

Today the Kansas City Chiefs rewarded offensive lineman Jah Reid with a three year extension. The former third round pick from UCF, was released part of the final roster cuts of the Baltimore Ravens. 

Reid was a 2011 third-round pick of the Baltimore Ravens but only started seven games with the organization before joining the Chiefs this season. The 27-year-old has already made eight starts in Kansas City—including the past six contests at right tackle—amid the team’s run of seven straight victories.

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