Nfl Cuts 2010

September 5, 2010 by staff 

Nfl Cuts 2010, With a big hat tip into FanShots tomahawk44, NFL writer Adam Caplan says the Kansas City Chiefs drafted former Buffalo Bills defensive lineman Lonnie Harvey. The way to work out later this week, after Harvey was cut by the Bills earlier in the week.

If the leaders signed Harvey would not be a momentous event. As Caplan notes, Harvey was originally signed as an undrafted free agent with the Carolina Panthers in 2009. He was cut by Carolina, before the season and joined the Buffalo team practice in late November.

When Harvey was cut, Buffalo Rumors editor Brian Galliford said, “Harvey did not make waves at the nose tackle position, which was normal during the preseason game. He also has a shot at the practice squad.”

So the Chiefs would be facing a potential deal with the nose of Lonnie Harvey. You may not feel comfortable with whom they have now? That would be Ron Edwards, Shaun Smith (he can play NT despite appearing as a left defensive end), Garrett Brown and potentially Derek Lokey.

The Kansas City Chiefs had also been a few weeks ago, nose tackle Kendrick Clancy. He was re-signed by New Orleans Saints on 30 August.

You hawks choice to keep an eye to the nose, which addresses the potential to be released. They could be on the radar of the Chiefs.

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