Chiefs re-sign WR Jerrion Ealy to apply squad, launch Okay Matthew Wright
The Kansas Metropolis Chiefs have made a apply squad transaction to kick off the week following the AFC Championship Recreation.
In accordance with the NFL’s personnel discover, the Chiefs have once more re-signed WR Jerrion Ealy to the apply squad. As I discussed when the team last released him on Saturday, Ealy’s transaction historical past is getting slightly C.J. Spiller-esque. It’s clear that the crew needs to proceed creating him, however he additionally appears to be the simplest play to drop from the apply squad and re-sign at any given time. His newest return to the apply squad comes after injuries struck the wide receiver position in Kansas City in the course of the AFC title recreation.
In a corresponding transfer, the Chiefs launched backup Okay Matthew Wright from the apply squad. This was his second stint in Kansas Metropolis after re-signing with the crew forward of Week 18 when Butker popped up as questionable with a back injury.
In his two video games kicking for the Chiefs this season, Wright was virtually good, going 8-for-8 on additional factors and 3-for-4 on discipline objectives. Wright really held the franchise file for the longest discipline aim for per week before Butker returned and set the record.
Evidently after Butker’s game-winning kick within the AFC Championship Recreation, the Chiefs have a bit extra confidence within the veteran’s means and selected to chop Wright unfastened.
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