The Kansas City Chiefs under coach Andy Reid continue to retool on offense.

The Chiefs traded cornerback Javier Arenas to the Arizona Cardinals in exchange for fullback Anthony Sherman, sources told NFL.com's Ian Rapoport on Wednesday.

Javy's agent Hadley Engelhard told Rapoport that he's pleased with the deal: "This is a trade where, based on Kansas City's acquisitions at the cornerback position, we were actively pursuing. With the trade made, we're happy it's to the Arizona Cardinals."

It's a swap that makes sense for both teams. New Cardinals coach Bruce Arians has little need for a fullback in his pass-centric attack, but Reid will find use for Sherman in his West Coast Offense.

The 2011 fifth-round pick figures as a lead blocker for Jamaal Charles, but that's a skill set still in progress for Sherman. ProFootballFocus graded him 19th out of 25 fullbacks as a road grader in 2012.