The Kansas City Chiefs have made a pair of moves on the practice squad ahead of Week 1 of the NFL season.

The team has officially signed S James Wiggins after hosting him on a successful tryout on Monday

A former seventh-round draft pick by the Cardinals in 2021,

Wiggins spent a portion of last season on the practice squad and then was elevated to the active roster in Arizona.

He finished the year on injured reserve with a knee injury

Wiggins was released during 53-man roster cuts this season, mostly due to the Cardinals having good depth at safety

Wiggins was a former teammate of Chiefs rookie S Bryan Cook at the University of Cincinnati

Wiggins has the potential to be a contributor in Kansas City, especially on special teams.

In order to make room for Wiggins on the practice squad, the Chiefs released DE Azur Kamara

The team still hasn’t made a corresponding move on the 53-man roster with Blake Bell heading to injured reserve