The Kansas City Chiefs made a minor roster move on Tuesday, parting ways with undrafted free agent DT Risean Broussard.
Every undrafted free agent has a tough time making an NFL roster, but Broussard’s path was a unique one. He was a former high school dropout and eventually played just one season of college football at the JUCO level.
What made the big man from Lake Charles so intriguing was how dominant he was in that one season. He put up 61 tackles and six sacks in just eight games, which is an impressive line at any level.
We could always see him get another shot during training camp here or elsewhere, but considering how many players are vying for the final roster spots, it’s tough being cut loose this early on in the process.