Chiefs add receiving depth with Streater signing

The Kansas City Chiefs, in one weekend move, added to their depth at wide receiver, while taking away from the same position from AFC West rival Oakland, announcing the signing of veteran wide receiver Rod Streater on Monday morning.

Streater, a product of Temple University, had spent his first four NFL seasons with the Raiders, catching a total of 109 passes and eight touchdowns.  He played in 36 games, including 19 starts, for the “Silver and Black”.  After his collegiate days with the Owls (2010-2011), Streater entered the professional ranks as an undrafted free agent by Oakland in 2012.