After three subpar seasons, the Bears released offensive tackle J'Marcus Webb following training camp in 2013.
Webb, a target of fan frustration in Chicago, quickly signed with the Minnesota Vikings. He appeared in eight games with the Bears' NFC North rival in 2013, but didn't impress enough to earn another contract with the club.
But fear not "JWebb Nation," Webb has found a new club for the 2014 season.
The Kansas City Chiefs announced on Monday they have signed Webb to a one-year deal. The 25-year-old Webb also visited with the Carolina Panthers and Vikings last week, but decided to sign with Kansas City.
Webb, who has started 45 of 54 games over the last four seasons, is expected to compete for a backup job on the Chiefs' offensive line.
Full squad OTAs for the Chiefs begin on May 27.