Chiefs Made 15 Roster Moves, Included Daniel Sorensen Release
By Ben Nielsen
Feb 25, 2014; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Brigham Young Cougars defensive back Daniel Sorensen catches a pass during the 2014 NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports
Black Tuesday? It sure seemed like it for the Kansas City Chiefs roster.
John Dorsey made 15 moves today, including releasing primary backup safety Daniel Sorensen, moving Derrick Johnson and Mike DeVito to the injured-reserve list, and activating Dwayne Bowe from the suspensions list. Several moves were made to the practice squad and the Chiefs signed two defensive linemen in an effort to improve the defensive line.
It is not very often you see fifteen moves made during a regular season week but the Chiefs managed to do that on Tuesday. The combination of injuries, other team’s releases, and the need for improved depth on the roster forced the team’s hand today. How this all plays out over the course of the week will be something to watch.
There were so many moves made today that we’re going to have to break this down into sections. Hopefully this help keep things organized while sifting through all of the moves.
Let’s start with the 53-man roster action.