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Chiefs waive DB DeQuan Menzie, claim OT Matt Reynolds

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The Chiefs have waived defensive back DeQuan Menzie, their fifth-round pick in the 2012 draft, the NFL disclosed in its Tuesday transaction log.

Menzie, 23, did not appear in a regular-season game as a rookie. After dealing with a hip flexor injury during the summer, he was placed on injured reserve in August. Since Menzie was drafted last April, the Chiefs have made changes at head coach, general manager and defensive coordinator.

Menzie (5-11, 204) could appeal to clubs either as a cornerback — the position he played at Alabama — or as a safety.

Also on Tuesday, the Chiefs disclosed they had released offensive lineman Luke Patterson. The transaction was noted¬†on their website, and according to the Associated Press, head coach Andy Reid mentioned the departures of Patterson and Menzie during his Tuesday press conference. Patterson spent most of the 2012 season on Kansas City’s practice squad injured reserve list.

In addition, the Chiefs claimed offensive tackle Matt Reynolds on waivers from the Eagles and¬†defensive back Buddy Jackson on waivers from the Giants. Reynolds was on the Eagles’ practice squad a season ago when the club was coached by Reid. The Chiefs’ waiver claims were reported by the NFL Tuesday.

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5 Responses to “Chiefs waive DB DeQuan Menzie, claim OT Matt Reynolds”
  1. raiderinvader says: May 14, 2013 7:02 PM

    like to see the Raiders bring him in for a tryout

  2. waitstop says: May 14, 2013 7:08 PM

    With Berry, Flowers, Smith and Rodgers we are probably looking at a top 3 secondary. Any other corners on the roster are going to have to have a huge upside.

  3. dt58 says: May 14, 2013 7:17 PM

    I know we’re deep at corner but I’m sad to see him and Arenas go. I thought they were both good young players and I don’t think that either of them will be without a team for very long

  4. lks311 says: May 14, 2013 7:18 PM

    He won’t get pass Detroit in the waiver process.

  5. vikesfanforlife says: May 14, 2013 7:24 PM

    I wanted the Vikings to draft him last year. I liked him coming out of college. The Vikes could claim him since they need cb depth

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