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Chiefs cut 14 to get to 75-man limit

Jeremy Horne AP

The Chiefs released 14 players Sunday, getting to the 75-man limit a day early.

It wasn’t much of a list, as second-year wideout Jeremy Horne (who doesn’t have a regular season catch) was the most experienced player cut.

Linebacker Caleb Campbell, from Army, was also on the list.

The others, per the team, were: Fullback Shane Bannon, tight end Tim Biere, wide receivers Brandon Kinnie, Zeke Markshausen and Aaron Weaver, offensive linemen Justin Cheadle and Cam Hollland, defensive end Ethan Johnson, linebacker Dexter Heyman, defensive backs Dominique Ellis and Jean Fanor and kicker Matt Szymanski.

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3 Responses to “Chiefs cut 14 to get to 75-man limit”
  1. yelix says: Aug 26, 2012 4:25 PM

    Only interesting thing is that “Trickshot” Alex Tanney wasn’t cut. He hasn’t played in any of the preseason games yet. Wonder if he won’t see some time against Green Bay.

  2. sullijo1 says: Aug 26, 2012 8:57 PM

    Cassel, Matt

  3. raidadon says: Aug 27, 2012 3:19 PM

    Hey don’t cut Matt Cassel. He is a ver adequate backup

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