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#1 04-12-2018 02:50:42

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Kansas City Chiefs’ full 53-man roster revealed after roster cuts

The Kansas City Chiefs have made their cuts to get the roster down to 53 players. To do so Youth Chris Jones Jersey , they kept three quarterbacks, five running backs, six wide receivers, two tight ends, nine offensive linemen, six defensive linemen, nine linebackers, 10 defensive backs and three specialists. The biggest surprise cut of the day was cornerback David Amerson, who the Chiefs signed this offseason to compete for a starting position. The Chiefs also opted for Matt McGloin over Chase Litton in that third cornerback role. Safety Ron Parker has reportedly returned to the team but is not listed on the initial 53-man roster. Here is the Chiefs’ 53-man roster to begin 2018:QB (3): Patrick Mahomes, Chad Henne, Matt McGloinThe Chiefs opt to keep Matt McGloin over Chase Litton as their third quarterback after McGloin had a great showing in the Chiefs’ final preseason game against the Green Bay Packers. McGloin’s regular-season game experience—13 games and seven starts—likely tipped the scale for the Chiefs. Perhaps Andy Reid keeps Chase Litton on the team’s practice squad.RB (5): Kareem Hunt, Spencer Ware, Damien Williams, Darrel Williams, Anthony ShermanThe one real question mark in the running back position group was whether or not the Chiefs would keep undrafted rookie Darrel Williams. They liked what they saw in Williams enough to keep him on the 53-man roster.WR (6): Tyreek Hill, Sammy Watkins, Chris Conley, Demarcus Robinson, De’Anthony Thomas, Marcus KempThe Chiefs held onto De’Anthony Thomas, who special teams coordinator and assistant head coach Dave Toub loves. Marcus Kemp gets the sixth spot, beating out former Chiefs fourth-rounder Jehu Chesson and Gehrig Dieter.TE (2): Travis Kelce, Alex EllisDemetrius Harris is suspended for Week 1 against the Los Angeles Chargers, so he starts the season on the suspended list. We thought the Chiefs may keep an extra tight end because of the suspension, but it appears the Chiefs will forego that thought and keep just two tight ends for a week.OL (9): Eric Fisher, Cam Erving, Mitch Morse, Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, Mitch Schwartz, Andrew Wylie, Bryan Witzmann, Jordan Devey, and Kahlil McKenzieThe Chiefs kept nine offensive linemen, and they must have felt like they needed to in order to protect long-term offensive line project Kahlil McKenzie. Putting McKenzie on the practice squad would have made him eligible to be signed by any other team. Andrew Wylie makes the team in the “Zach Fulton” honorary sixth-man position, with Witzmann and Devey providing more depth.DL (6): Chris Jones Womens Anthony Hitchens Jersey , Allen Bailey, Xavier Williams, Jarvis Jenkins, Derrick Nnadi, Justin HamiltonAfter a gritty preseason, Justin Hamilton cracks the Chiefs’ 53-man roster. He’s about the only surprise in this group.LB (9): Justin Houston, Dee Ford, Tanoh Kpassagnon, Breeland Speaks (outside), Reggie Ragland, Anthony Hitchens, Ben Niemann, Dorian O’ Daniel, Terrance Smith (inside)After five years with the Chiefs, Frank Zombo was released, meaning the Chiefs must feel comfortable outside with what they have in Houston, Ford and the kids. Terrance Smith over Eligwe is a bit of a surprise, and good on Ben Niemann for making the team after a great showing this preseason. Niemann is your new No. 56. DB (10): Kendall Fuller, Steve Nelson, Orlando Scandrick, Tremon Smith, Charvarius Ward (cornerbacks), Eric Berry, Armani Watts, Eric Murray, Jordan Lucas, Daniel Sorensen (safeties for now)I anticipate there could be an upcoming roster move where Sorensen is put on Injured Reserve for Parker, but that remains to be seen. The Chiefs must not have liked Arrion Springs as much as we figured because they signed Scandrick and preferred to trade for Ward rather than giving Springs a shot. Specialists (3): Harrison Butker, Dustin Colquitt, James WinchesterAs expected.Reserve-Suspended List (1): TE Demetrius HarrisInjured Reserve (1): WR Byron PringleChiefs vs. Broncos: Making sense of snap counts The Kansas City Chiefs came back to defeat the Denver Broncos, 27-23, on Monday Night Football.Here were the snap counts for the Chiefs:OffenseDefenseSpecial teams (only)Starters (offense): WR Tyreek Hill, LT Eric Fisher, LG Cam Erving, C Mitch Morse http://www.thechiefsfootballauthentic.c … -authentic , RG Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, RT Mitch Schwartz, TE Travis Kelce, WR Sammy Watkins, RB Kareem Hunt, WR Chris Conley, QB Patrick MahomesStarters (defense): RDE Chris Jones, NT Xavier Williams, LDE Allen Bailey, ROLB Justin Houston, LILB Anthony Hitchens, RILB Reggie Ragland, LOLB Dee Ford, RCB Steven Nelson LCB Kendall Fuller, S Eric Murray, S Ron ParkerActive, but did not play: QB Chad HenneInactive: S Eric Berry, RB Darrel Williams, CB Tremon Smith, C Austin Reiter, G Kahlil McKenzie, DT Justin Hamilton, TE Alex EllisTakeaways (in no particular order)Chris Conley (73), Travis Kelce (73) and Tyreek Hill (70) all saw more than 90 percent of the Chiefs’ offensive snaps. Conley’s saw more time than usual due to Sammy Watkins leaving the game early with a hamstring injury. Watkins only had 12 offensive snaps in the game. Demarcus Robinson’s time was also up—he saw 45 offensive snaps for 58 percent.Chiefs running back Spencer Ware’s snaps were up—he was on the field for 24 offensive snaps (31 percent). Starter Kareem Hunt, by comparison, had 45 offensive snaps (58 percent). The members of the secondary—cornerbacks Kendall Fuller and Steve Nelson and safeties Eric Murray and Ron Parker—were your iron men on Monday night. Those players were on the field 100 percent of the time.Linebacker Justin Houston and Anthony Hitchens were on the field for nearly the entire time, too—they had 58 snaps apiece. Reggie Ragland’s snaps were way down from last game. The Chiefs only had Ragland, who had preseason knee issues, on the field for 26 defensive snaps. For the first time all year, outside linebacker Tanoh Kpassagnon out-snapped Breeland Speaks. Kpassagnon had 18 defensive snaps to Speaks’ 16. Dee Ford had 30 defensive snaps (50 percent), as he left the game with a groin issue. It only took rookie safety Armani Watts 12 defensive snaps to register the first sack of his career. There was also a Dorian O’ Daniel sighting—he had two snaps on defense.Cornerback Charvarius Ward replaced Tremon Smith in the lineup, but he saw no defensive snaps—only 11 on special teams. LB Ben Niemann didn’t see any defensive action either—only 14 special-teams snaps.

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