KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Multiple Kansas City natives have found their way on to their team’s respective practice squads.

Lee’s Summit West alum Mario Goodrich signed with Philadelphia Eagles practice squad after being waived on Monday as rosters were being finalized.

Goodrich signed with the Eagles as an undrafted free agent back in April in a deal worth $217,000 guaranteed and followed that with a solid training camp.

He attended the University of Clemson where he won a national championship and garnered First-team all ACC honors.

Hogan Prep Alum William Bradley-King signed to the Washington Commanders practice squad also after being waived on Monday. He signed a four-year contract with the Commanders in May 2021.

The Commanders drafted him in the seventh-round of the 2021 NFL Draft. He has accumulated five tackles and 0.5 sacks so far.

Bradley-King went to Arkansas State University where he was a two-time All-Sun Belt Conference selection before going to Baylor where he led the team in sacks and earned All-Big12 Honorable Mention.

Blue Springs alum Darrius Shepherd signed to the Denver Broncos practice squad. Shepherd signed to the Packers as an undrafted free agent in 2019, playing 14 games in two seasons. He also signed with the Chiefs in June 2021.

He attended North Dakota State University, where he was three-time FCS champion, winning the game’s Most Outstanding Player in 2019. He also was a First-team All-Missouri Valley Conference selection during his time there.

Mill Valley alum Lucas Krull signed to the New Orleans Saints practice squad. Krull had himself a solid camp. He was waived and signed back to Saints practice squad on August 31.

Krull attended the University of Florida before transferring to the University of Pittsburgh where he earned Second-team All-ACC honors.