After the Kansas City Chiefs turned in their final cuts to the NFL, they immediately made two moves, both on defense. They traded LB Edgar Jones to the Dallas Cowboys and released LB Zac Diles.
Now they are set to make a change on offense, cutting ties with TE Kevin Brock, according to Adam Caplan.
The last four seasons, Andy Reid had only kept two tight ends on his initial 53-man roster and Brock was the third for the Chiefs. With rookie Travis Kelce able to practice Sunday despite a nagging injury, it’s possible Kansas City decided they no longer needed a third tight end.
The Chiefs signed the former Rutgers walk-on in February. Brock entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent with the Carolina Panthers and has also made appearances with the New York Jets, Pittsburgh Steelers, Chicago Bears, Dallas Cowboys, Oakland Raiders and Buffalo Bills.
Kansas City roster now sits at 50, meaning there will be at least three roster moves coming for Reid and the Chiefs.