Miami Dolphins lose RB Damien Williams to Kansas City Chiefs

Damien Williams is joining the Kansas City Chiefs. (Allen Eyestone/The Post)

The Dolphins have lost running back Damien Williams to the Kansas City Chiefs, according to his agent, Ian Greengross.

Williams will receive a one-year deal reportedly worth $1.5 million.

The Dolphins plan to start Kenyan Drake next season but have only untested Senorise Perry and Brandon Radcliff at running back behind him.

The are hosting a visit by veteran Frank Gore this week.

Williams, soon to turn 26, was an undrafted free agent out of Oklahoma who made the Dolphins in 2014 and went on to appear in 58 games with four starts. He finished his Dolphins career with 477 rushing yards and 85 receptions for 733 yards. He also had a total of nine touchdowns from scrimmage.

Williams was limited to 11 games last season because of a separated shoulder.

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