KANSAS CITY, MO. (CBSSPORTS/KCTV 5) Derrick Johnson is signing a one-day contract and retiring from the Kansas City Chiefs, 610 Sports Radio reports.
According to the radio station, Johnson wants to finish his playing career wearing the red and gold after a brief stint playing for Oakland during the 2018-19 season.
He spent the 2018 season with the Oakland Raiders before being released from his contract, reportedly at his request.
Johnson was a first-round pick for the Chiefs in the 2005 draft at No. 15. He also leads the team in tackles.
He now joins former Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles who signed a one-day contract on Wednesday to retire as a Chief.