Canadian offensive lineman Justin Senior has signed with the Kansas City Chiefs.
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Just signed with the CHIEFS!!! Thank you so much FAM for supporting me and believing in me this whole time and thank you Dayle Page @dp_athletics , Marvin Golding @mg_f50 and @phyto_performance_nutrition for getting me ready to take full advantage of this opportunity. #chiefskingdom
The Chiefs have Canadian offensive linemen Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, Ryan Hunter and Senior on the roster.
Senior was selected by the Seattle Seahawks in the sixth round, 210th overall during the 2017 NFL draft. Seattle released Senior with an injury settlement in December that year. The 24-year-old was a free agent for all of 2018.
The Edmonton Eskimos chose Senior in the fifth round, 40th overall of the 2017 CFL draft. Senior started 39 games at tackle during four seasons at Mississippi State University and was the No. 1 ranked CFL prospect in his class.
Senior could be a ratio-changing tackle prospect if he ever comes north of the border.