Post-Draft Outlook: A closer look at the Chiefs' picks: Round 5/136 -- Kendrick Lewis, S, 6-0, 198, Mississippi, Began his college career as a wide receiver with McCluster at Ole Miss before being moved to safety, Lewis was very active in the back of the defense. - by The Sports Xchange
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Draft Scout Kendrick Lewis News
07/27/14 - FS Kendrick Lewis played for defensive coordinator Romeo Crennel at Kansas City, where Crennel was the head coach. Lewis started for the Chiefs last season when they improved to 11-5 from 2-14 in Crennel's last season.
The Chiefs didn't bring him back, and Crennel convinced the Texans to sign him. He won the starting job early in the OTAs. Lewis knows the system better than any player on the defense.
04/07/14 - S Kendrick Lewis was signed as an unrestricted free agent by the Texans from the Chiefs March 21.
12/03/13 - FS Kendrick Lewis suffered a knee strain during Sunday's game against Denver and left the field for a few plays. Lewis returned before the game was over and did not appear to have any long-term problem as he left the locker room.
10/18/13 - FS Kendrick Lewis did not practice with the Chiefs on Thursday for the second consecutive day. Lewis is dealing with an ankle injury. Last week, he missed both Wednesday and Thursday practices and started against Oakland. If he can't go this Sunday against Houston, Quintin Demps will get the start at free safety.
10/16/13 - -- FS Kendrick Lewis is dealing with an ankle injury and he did not practice with the Chiefs in their Wednesday session. Lewis has now missed the last three mid-week practices, but he played in the last two games.