Mike Brown has found a new home.
The veteran safety has agreed to terms on a contract with the Kansas City Chiefs, according to the Kansas City Star.
Brown made a free-agent visit to the Chiefs at the beginning of the month when it looked like a deal would fall into place quickly before the team's minicamp. That didn't happen and he wound up making a trip to see Cleveland also.
The signing reunites Brown with new Kansas City head coach Todd Haley, who was the wide receivers coach for the Bears from 2001 to 2003, during the beginning of Brown's career.
It's expected that Brown could win a starting job in training camp. He will challenge Bernard Pollard and Jarrad Page for a spot in the starting lineup.