Former Chiefs Out Of Work

HERE’S A COMPLETE LIST OF NFL ROSTER MOVES TO 53

Any time there are as many players hitting the waiver wire as came down over the weekend, there are bound to be a few red and gold alumni that pop up falling off some teams roster.

That was certainly the case in the 2011 race to 53-man rosters, as various former Chiefs are now out of work again.

The most noteworthy was RB Larry Johnson, signed just a few weeks ago by the Miami Dolphins. Johnson played last week against Dallas, but ended up on the street. That’s four teams now for the Chiefs former No. 1 draft choice.

Led by former draft choices here are others now searching for their next stop in the NFL:

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  • OL Jordan Black was released by New Orleans.
  • DE Jimmy Wilkerson suffered a knee injury and went on the Seahawks IR list.
  • DE Alex Magee was cut loose less than a year after the Buccaneers acquired him in a trade.
  • RB Javarris Williams was released by the Texans.
  • QB Brodie Croyle had only a short time with the Cardinals before he was cut loose.
  • C Rudy Niswanger was released by the Lions.
  • WR Lance Long got his pink slip from the 49ers.
  • WR Maurice Price was dumped by the Buccaneers.
  • QB Matt Gutierrez was sent packing by the Redskins.

3 Responses to “Former Chiefs Out Of Work”

  • September 4, 2011  - Mike says:

    I see zero surprises on that list.


  • September 4, 2011  - Rick says:

    Poor LJ,…….not. :)


  • September 11, 2011  - Gary says:

    Magee has not worked out for anyone




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