Longtime Chiefs Veteran Cut After Short Stint With Division Rival

As a component of the main rush of program cutdowns in the NFL, wide collector Demarcus Robinson was postponed by the Las Vegas Raiders, as per the NFL's exchange wire.

Robinson, 27, hit free organization interestingly this offseason and marked a one-year manage the Raiders. Because of his involvement with the association and inside the AFC West, Robinson was supposed to make Las Vegas' 53-man program this season. However, he was one of five players the Raiders cut by the 4 p.m.

The Chiefs led an exchange on May 2 with the Houston Texans that sent Johnson to the Chiefs and a 2024 seventh-round pick to the Texans. Johnson contended this late spring with a youthful gathering of cornerbacks that comprised of new kid on the block first-round pick Trent McDuffie and Day 3 picks Joshua Williams and Jaylen Watson.

Every one of the three new kids on the block have played all around ok in instructional course and the preseason opener to make Johnson a superfluous piece of the 90-man list.

Johnson was essential for seven complete exchanges on Monday and Tuesday consolidated to shave Kansas City's program down from 90 to the expected 85 players by 4 p.m. Eastern Time on Tuesday.

Johnson took to Twitter to respond to the fresh insight about him being guaranteed by Tennessee and responded with just a high-five emoticon.