The news about the Kansas City Chiefs’ roster cuts continues to trickle out. TE Demetrius Harris has been released, per his agent, via Twitter.
The @KCChiefs have released Demetrius Harris-still expect big things from in the future – Antonio gates was also on bubble as a rookie
— Buddy Baker (@ESG_Baker) August 31, 2013
That makes the second TE the Chiefs have cut today, having released veteran Tony Moeaki earlier in the day.
The Chiefs are now left with Anthony Fasano, Travis Kelce and Kevin Brock at the TE position. Depending on how the rest of the roster cuts shake out, Brock might actually have a shot at making the roster. Andy Reid’s offense uses the TE quite a bit and QB Alex Smith loved throwing over the middle to Vernon Davis during his time with the San Francisco 49ers.
The Chiefs have to have their roster cut down to 53 players by 6 pm eastern time. They are likely going through the process of notifying players and collecting playbooks this afternoon so we may hear about more cuts from Twitter or other media members before the entire list gets turned into the league office.
What do you think, Addicts? Will there be any more surprises today?
Topics: Kansas City Chiefs