More than half the league is 12 days away from the offseason, so teams are begin to prepare their rosters for the future.
And the Chiefs have decided their future doesn’t include wide receiver Mark Bradley.
Kansas City dumped the former second-round pick of the Bears Tuesday, and signed wideout Quinten Lawrence. Bradley revived his career last year late in the season, but continually struggled with mental mistakes in 2009. He was fourth on the team with 320 receiving yards.
The Chiefs also placed tight end Brad Cottam on injured reserve. Cottam suffered a cracked cervical
vertebra, according to the team. No spinal cord damage was discovered.