Super Bowl LII Champion Stefen Wisniewski Signs With Kansas City Chiefs

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By Paul Bowman, Sports Talk Philly Editor

Eagles starting left tackle was replaced by Stefen Wisniewski in the 2017 season and then retook the starting job in 2018.

The Eagles originally brought back Stefen Wisniewski for the 2019 season, but ended up cutting him to save cap space while getting younger bodies on the offensive line in Jordan Mailata, Andre Dillard, Matt Pryor and Nate Herbig – all of whom could be developed even further than they already all.

On Tuesday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reported that the Chiefs would be signing the Penn State product in the wake of injuries.

The Chiefs have had left tackle Eric Fisher missing for a few weeks now and left guard Andrew Wylie left the game on Sunday with an injury. Due to the multiple injuries on the Chiefs defensive line, the team ended up cutting Wylie’s replacement in favor of an additional defensive lineman.

That’s where the Super Bowl LII starter comes in.

The Chiefs will hope to capture some of that magic that the Eagles captured from Wiz during their 2017 run.

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