Chiefs CB Reaser carted off field, fears torn Achilles

Field Level Media

July 29, 2019 at 4:57 pm.

Kansas City Chiefs cornerback Keith Reaser was carted off the field in practice Monday morning, and coach Andy Reid told reporters it appeared he suffered a torn Achilles.

In April, he became the first player from the Alliance of American Football to sign with an NFL team after the AAF abruptly shut down. This is his second stint with the Chiefs.

Reaser, who played for the Orlando Apollos, was a fifth-round pick of the San Francisco 49ers in the 2014 NFL Draft. He had three interceptions in eight games with the Apollos.

In three-plus seasons with the 49ers, he played in 29 games with 30 tackles. He played one game for the Chiefs in the 2017 season, making four tackles, but was placed on the waived-injured list in 2018.