The Chiefs are getting ready to announce the undrafted college free agents they have signed, and to do that, they needed to whittle away at their roster to create some room. They released four players on Tuesday.
The only name of note in the group was quarterback Terrelle Pryor, once a supplemental draft choice by the Oakland Raiders out of Ohio State University. The Chiefs are the third team where he’s washed out, after Oakland and Seattle.
Also getting their walking papers were linebacker JoJo Dickson, long snapper Jorgen Hus and wide receiver Corbin Louks.
With Pryor gone, the Chiefs now have four quarterbacks, and they’ll likely add another one before the start of training camp given the physical status of Tyler Bray after he suffered a torn ACL back in January.