The Kansas City Chiefs have been one of the most active teams around the league this weekend following the final roster cuts. One team that has seemed to match them move-for-move is the Jacksonville Jaguars.
The Jaguars, having already claimed a former Chiefs player last week, added seven players from waivers on Sunday.
Though they have yet to make it official, one of the players released to make room for those new players is former Chief Andy Studebaker. The linebacker tweeted the news and said he was ready to “go see my girls”.
Studebaker was released by Kansas City in April and had to wait until the middle of August to get a chance in Jacksonville. Though he initially made it through the final cuts, it’s the second wave that sends him to free agency.
During his five seasons with the Chiefs, Studebaker played in 70 games and had 83 tackles, 2.5 sacks and two interceptions.
Still young and equipped with a great motor, there’s no doubt Studebaker can catch on with another team this season if he wants to give it another go.