Former Clemson OT signs with Chiefs


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Battle will continue his pro career in Kansas City (Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports)

Former Clemson offensive lineman Isaiah Battle has signed a reserve futures deal with the Kansas City Chiefs according to multiple reports.

Battle was selected in the fifth round of the 2015 NFL Supplemental Draft on July 9th. He was the first player chosen in the supplemental draft since 2012 (WR Josh Gordon) and the Rams had to forfeit their team's 2016 NFL fifth round pick for selecting him.

He had 32 knockdowns in 1,336 snaps over 27 games (15 starts) at Clemson.

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